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> HI, here's a tool question for all the Paintshop Pro experts:
This is, of course, a question for the Paintshop Pro list. :-)
> I'm doing screen captures in a Windows environment, using Painshop Pro, and
> then importing into Word. Whether its a .bmp, .tif or .wmf, I can't seem to
> create good resolution. Does anyone have any tips they can share? I'm open
> to other screen capture tools if you know of any!
Someone recommended HiJaak, and I second the motion, except that the
capture function is only one small part of HiJaak. If all you want is
an app to do Windows screen dumps and save to a popular format, a good
cheap one is Fullshot, from Inbit Systems (800-227-1788).
John Wilcox <john -at- syntax -dot- com>
Senior Technical Writer
Syntax, Inc., 840 S. 333rd St., Federal Way, WA 98003-6343 USA
voice 206-838-2626, fax 206-838-9836, http://www.syntax.com