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we are using the simple screen capture utility provided by microsoft
(alt+printscreen) to capture some screens in access. (in win95)
the problem is that when we link/paste the screen capture into a word
document, the online resolution is horrible, even though it prints well.
we eventually need some decent resolution for online presentation.
does anyone know if this utility saves the preview as a coarse black &
white tiff and if that setting can be changed? a fine B&W tiff would be
also, what format is the file in? properties didn't tell us. is it a .bmp
or a .wmf?