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| I could be wrong and often am. But, I thought <ALT> Print Screen
| was a dos
Actually, it works in Windows. Alt+PrtScrn transfers a bitmap of the active
window to the Windows clipboard, which can then paste into an application
like Word or PaintShop Pro (or any other app that can accept a bitmap).