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If you want Windows 3.1 also, you can try Ulead ImagePals 2.0 Screen
Capture. This may be a little more difficult to obtain though as it is not
being produced commercially. If you are in the United States or Canada, you
might contact Ulead Systems about its availability. If you are anywhere
else, write to me and I'll see if I can round up a copy.
At 09:22 AM 3/11/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Thanks to one and all for your responses to my question. I have sent
>the message to the listmaster and appreciate all your help.
>Now for another question...
>I'm looking for a good screen capture program that works -- at least --
>in Windows NT 4.0 and -- ideally -- works in DOS, Windows `95 and
>Windows NT. Any suggestions? I've found many that work in Win `95 or
>DOS, but nothing that works in NT.
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