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Subject:Re: Capturing pointers or cursors From:"Susan Self @ignite" <susan -at- ALSYS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 20 Nov 1995 12:13:49 PST
Collen Dancer asked about ways to capture cursors. I recently
learned about a shareware program called SnapShot/32, which
is a screen capture program for Windows 95 or Windows NT.
The literature says that the program can capture your cursor
with the screen dump or a selected rectangle and save the image
in BMP or GIF format.
For more information on this software, see the URL at: