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Printing in DOS


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Bozo Smith

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I use an older DOS program called CBAS Co dated 1981. It has limited printing capabilities. I need to know how to print a screen, but not an "Alt, Print Screen" in Windows. I have seen print-outs laying around the office, but there's nobody here to tell me how it's done. The screens that I want to print aren't coded in the system to automatically print during functions. Thanks.
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Have you tried shift+print screen?
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