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Subject:Re: Printing Process From:Melonie Holliman <mrh -at- ABMDATA -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 11 Mar 1997 07:52:40 -0600
I have had the same problem with copying screens.
I also use Paintshop Pro. The solution I found
required retaking the screen shots.
I reset my Windows properties where I had a white
background and a black title bar rather than the
"standard" windows blue and grey. Now my screens
do not have that grey screen which requires a
higher level of print quality. Your screens
will not stand out as much, but they will be
Another option would be--see if you can find a
Docutec system to have your manuals printed on.
That solution provides "laser print" quality;
it usually costs more than copying and less than
The Tech Writer
ABM Data Systems