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klockdoc

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I friend has a MAC. He had a picture from a video and I asked him how he got that. He told me he is running a MAC and used a screen capture command to save this photo.

I am running XP pro. Does XP has this feature? or. what do you suggest to achieve this same result

Thank you
Mike
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Mr Freeze

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just press shift key and print screen/system reg

print screen can be found on the top row at the far rightbeside the scroll lock

then open paint and click edit
click paste
your image will appear

as for video the same proceedure will work except push pause on the video and do a print/screen shot

alsoyou can download screencapture

http://www.donationc...ptor/index.html
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1101doc

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I really like free Faststone capture: http://www.aplusfree...oneCapture.html
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matofthemint

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I go along wwith 1101doc, Faststone is very good, easy to use.
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