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dpm

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I am trying to grab an image off a web site, but everytime I try the print screen button, it fails to paste.

I guess it might be protected data, but is there any software that anyone knows of that might overcome this problem?

Have tried google and freeware, but it still wont capture the image. Short of using a digital camera to photgraph my screen, I am stuck...

Edited by dpm, 18 May 2005 - 11:09 AM.

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Howdy:

Sorry, but no one here will help you bypass anything copywritten material restrictions.

Suggest you contact the owner of the website and see what their restrictions are!!!

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Fair enough, dont want to break any laws, was just playing really... no problem
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No problem!! If you don't ask, then you would never know right?? :tazz:

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if you are only doing this for personal/private use it shouldn't be a problem. screen capture after all is only a picture of what it looks like at that paticular time.

snagit is a good screen capture program. I have used it a lot in the past.
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If of course you are just using this for personal reasons, as I do with work, just to show clients different products etc....

Get fireworks, or photoshop or any good graphic design/graphicy type programme. Then alt+prt screen

The open a new file

Paste

and of course then trim it down as you'll have everything including all your i.e bars and icons!
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