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Subject:Re: PAINTSHOP PRO From:Jan Jackson <jjackson -at- SUSQ -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 Nov 1995 14:46:05 EST
I use screen capture utilities to:
- change the resolution
- convert to greyscale
- output to a file
- capture a menu that would otherwise close
- define the capture area
- perform successive captures with automatic file naming
All without ever opening the graphic in a Paint tool!
My favorite such utility was CorelCapture, but I find that the Windows95
version doesn't work with NT which was a major bummer. I downloaded
Snap32 today to try out. Thanks to those who suggested it.