Re: SEEKING PHOTO HELP
On most PC keyboards you will see a button marked "print screen". (Sometimes it may be a shift or control function key - you may have to play around with it)toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Pressing tg his button takes a snapshot of whatever image is on your monitor at that moment.
If you then open the "Paint" application (in windows accessories) you can the paste the screen captures and edit out whatever you don't want. Then save the image.
Dr. J. Brent Greer
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Subject: [RealSTMFC] SEEKING PHOTO HELP
Bill, to capture photos off of your screen requires a software called Screen Capture.
If you had a Mac, all you would have to do is click 3 buttons and hold down the mouse and drag over the image you wish to capture. I do this constantly and would hate to give up this feature. I would suggest that you search for a "Screen Capture" and download into your computer. This is also helpful for sites which don't allow the even easier "Drag & Drop", but that is another Mac item.
Tim O'Connor has stated for years that nothing can't be captured from a computer. Just a little harder for a windows system. Perhaps he will share the technique.