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Williams, Diane (contractor) wrote:
> >>Naturally, no matter what the security is you can take a screen dump and
> make a bitmap. But when Selecting text is enabled, you can cut and paste
> portions of text instead of only an image of it.
> Cheers, Dave Chisma
> chisma -at- c031 -dot- aone -dot- net -dot- au<<
> What programs can "dump the screen"?
Dave Chisma wrote:
I don't know where I got that from, maybe is local Aussie jargon. Normal
people would probably say "Print Screen". In Windoze 95, the Print Scrn
key copies a bitmap of the entire screen to the clipboard for pasting
into another application. The Alt+Print Scrn combination copies the
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