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Hi GTG Forum.Could someone please help me with this,it's probably a simple task.I want to take Screenshots of programs like CCleaner that don't have the feature built into it using Windows XP.
Thanks,Duane
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with whatever you want to take a shot of open...press the print screen key on your keyboard...then open up paint or word (i prefer paint) or any photo/image edditing program...then choose paste from the edit menu (or press ctrl and v together)..this will paste the screen shot into whatever you're pasting into
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Thanks for the quick reply,GTG is the best!
Duane
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If you'd even like it to crop to only the active window, holding the left ALT key while doing the screenshot will talke the shot of only the active window.
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http://www.donationc...ptor/index.html


just click on latest version

this is a nice screenshot capture
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