Re: screen capture programs

Subject: Re: screen capture programs
From: joanne grey <joannegrey -at- MSN -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 1996 05:19:32 UT

Check out LViewPro. It's a 32-bit shareware program by MMedia Research -
available
at ftp.std.com.ftp.vendors/mmedia or search the web for LView. No, I have
no
connection with them. It's a great program, though. Very flexible, lots of
power, and does a nice job. It has many of the functions of Paintshop Pro, but
some nice filters and extras, and isn't very expensive - $30, if I remember
correctly. Of course, YMMV.

Someone somewhere wrote:
>What do you use to capture screens? I was using PrntScrn by Mitnor. It is
>pretty basic, but it got the job done.

>Now I am on Windows NT, and I need a new application. I would like to get
one
>with editing capabilities.

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