how do I 'screen cap' a chart??

bbmac

Veteren member
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Hi guys,

I'd like to do a screen-capture of some charts for my own eductaion and to post some stuff on here, does anyone know how to do this, I run windows xp with all the usual gizmos

any help much appreciated,

thank you

bbmac.
 

frugi

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One way is: Press the Print Screen key (PrtSc on my laptop, top right of keyboard) then open Paint and Paste (CTRL-V) the screenshot. You can then save it as a .gif or .jpg etc.
 

Quercus

Well-known member
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If you're a bit of a technophobe like myself, then you can use a screen print programme, which makes the editing easier! I find paint a bit cumbersome.
There are many around and most of them are freeware, so take a look at www.download.com. I use gadwin printscreen, and find it ok, it's available at www.gadwin.com
Cheers
Quercus
 

gbr128

Junior member
37 0
Alt-PrintScreen does just the window with the focus.
 
 
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