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Print Screen - What a handy tool to use!

Discussion in 'CRM, ILM, Chat, Desking, Emails, Phone, SMS' started by danoneil, Sep 29, 2011.

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    I think the snipping tool is in Vista too for those who have Windows Vista
     
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    I agree print screen is a great tool…

    As the Windows version is somewhat limited we use a free program called GADWIN PRINT SCREEN … (they have both a free and a paid version). We find the free version works well for us … the program allows you to choose if the “screen shot” is to go to the clipboard or a file , or select any printer , as well you can have it launch your email without a cut and paste. Screen Capture and Print Screen software


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