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Subject:Capturing screens during installation From:"Anderson, Keith" <keith_anderson -at- GOOITECH -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 26 Feb 1998 09:52:12 -0600
I'm writing a manual for a server product that runs on Windows NT.
Windows NT has to be installed in a certain way because of some hardware
considerations. Is there a way to capture screens during the
installation process? I'm sure I could mock up the screens if I have to,
but I would rather grab the screens as I go through the motions.