Macintosh screen snapshots

Subject: Macintosh screen snapshots
From: Eric Brown <eric_brown -at- SFU -dot- CA>
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 1996 09:21:04 -0800

Someone (lost the name, or I'd answer directly) asked about screen
snapshots on the Mac.
They're easy: Command-shift-3 takes a screen snapshot and saves it as a
file on the boot drive's root directory. There's a shareware package,
Flash-it, that does a better job. It's widely available on the Web, just
search for "Flash-it" and you'll find it.

E-mail me directly if you have any more questions.

Eric Brown
Marketing Communications
869 Drayton Street
North Vancouver BC V7L 2C2
(604) 980-6947 fax 980-6933
eric_brown -at- sfu -dot- ca

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