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Subject:Re: UNIX Screen Captures From:Bex <filardo -at- INTUITIVE -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Fri, 12 Jan 1996 14:51:46 +0000
Steve Evanina wrote:
> Does anyone know the best way to capture UNIX X-Windows screens? The
> final output will be via Word 6.0.
> We have tried various UNIX programs with little to no success in
> transferring them to Windows.
I did this for a little while and I vaguely remember that I could do
it by having some kind of UNIX emulator/simulator(?) (sorry, don't know
exact technical term) set up on my PC. I can try and find out what
it was called and where to get it from, if you think it would help.
> steve -dot- evanina -at- sciatl -dot- com
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