Tip: Screen Capture

This tool will help user to capture selected area of screen. It provides user to set his/her own HotKey to capture screen. It runs in system tray. Source code is included with this article.


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  • Re: Screen Capture

    Posted by ddclondon on 01/14/2010 10:56am

    Holding the Shift Key down while pressing the Print Screen button will grab the current screen into RAM. Then load your preferred graphics program and Paste this image as a new image. You can then Crop the image to your preferred size as well as manipulate it in many other ways. In common with many others, I try to reduce the number of "installations" on my PC and this hotkey tip helps to achieve this. BTW if your graphics appication is of any consequence then it, in itself, should have a screen grabbing facility.

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