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Subject:How to print out small gif icons on IE4 From:"Archibald, Dale" <Dale_Archibald -at- ADC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 22 Feb 1999 07:19:07 -0600
I'm documenting a program that runs on the web, and there are certain required fields for the user to fill out-indicated by a little red check mark. When I print out the web page for handy reference, the check marks are absent.
Is there an easy fix? I miss the Netscape Gold function that downloaded all gifs and html in one whack at the touch of a button. I know I could use screen capture or SnagIt, but that tends to use a lot of ink since the gray background is reproduced accurately by the printer.<<
Try Paintshop Pro. It has a good screen capture, but it also has a way to negate that gray background (i.e., select that color with the eyedropper, then turn every instance of it into white, or whatever, using Color Replacer).
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