Posted 14 September 2004 - 07:48 AM
Somewhere, somebody asked how to display a screenshot.
There is a printscreen program by Alfred Bollinger either
at http://www.geocities.com/~gigaman, http:/www.nelander.dk, or e-mail coolmen@@bluewin.ck
If these don't work try a Google. I hope this info helps.
I have not personally tried it, but it looks promising.
Posted 14 September 2004 - 12:05 PM
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Posted 17 September 2004 - 04:19 PM
Yeah, there's some decent parts to the program, but to me it just isn't worth the money.
Points taken. fair enough.
Did you notice the auto log feature?
I work for a pharmacy and we did what's referred to as a "file buy" where we bought out another smaller pharmacy. This smaller pharmacy ran a windows based system including the print screen 2000 software. It made it easier in that instance as you didn't have to paste the image and then print it - the program did everything for you. You could also change size and everything very easily with the main program, but if it's not in a work environment where it's hustle-hustle all the time, the windows method seems to work just as well (at least for me).
We never even needed the log feature in the time we had their system. I was the only one who took an interest and figured out how to even use the program and I saw no need to use many of the features.
Posted 18 September 2004 - 09:58 PM
Well, that's a nice looking program, but why do you need a program for it, ecspcially if you have windows os. To copy your screeen through a windows os you just press "Alt + Print Screen" and copy and save it with paint. So I was just wondering why it's necessary to have a program to do that???
- I have had several people tell me to do this, but it doesn't do anything under windows 200 pro svc. pk 4. Or maybe I don't have something set right, got any Ideas?
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