- HiAny time , when you can get the time to send info again, thank you Appreciate your effortAlOn Wednesday, April 2, 2014 7:03 PM, Sid <sidtrewin@...> wrote:
There is a "place" on the PC called the "Clipboard".
When you "Copy", "Cut" and "Paste" the "Clipboard" is the temporary invisible storage space.
So you can copy something using "<ctrl>C" and it is placed in the "Clipboard".
Pressing <PrtSc> copies the entire screen to the "Clipboard" as a picture.
The next task is to paste the "Clipboard" contents somewhere useful.
In this case you want to paste into an image editing program.
Personally I use "paintdotnet" which is free and versatile.
The snapshot of the screen appears in the program window and may be suitably cropped and saved as a jpeg.
Sounds complicated but is pretty easy.
On 02/04/2014 22:43, lynn.skelton@... wrote:
Hi Sid,Can you let us know how you managed to save your image as a jpg, I have some from yesterday that I used Print Screen with, but are now only on a word doc...........I did notice if you right clicked to copy the image it came up with a warning that GRONI doesn't allow you to Print/Copy or Save, am struggling with this at present and time is running out!...........so any advice before my 72 hrs run out would be really helpful.Lynn