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>I have always used Alt+Print Screen to capture screen shots. I am now
>attempting to capture different cursor types, and this method does not pick
>up the cursor. Does anyone know how to capture the cursor.
Try SnagIt, a shareware capturing utility somewhere be found on the NeT.
I remember I must always recapture my images, when I forgot to drag the
cursor out of the selection...
Kees de Bondt
* Occasionally, things really do work right (Murphy's law 2)