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On Sun, 23 Feb 1997 09:27:28 EST Bill Downing
<bdowning -at- CTHULHU -dot- CONTROL -dot- COM> writes:
>I'm working on a project where it would be nice to capture the OS/2
>Warp desktop as a BMP or other image file. I know nada about OS/2
>screen cap functions (Alt-Printscreen did nothing). Is there some
>native screen cap utility built into Warp, like a keystroke
>combination? Or is there easliy obtainable shareware out there that
>will work on OS/2 Warp and do what I need?
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