11-21-2002, 06:01 PM
Does anyone know how to get a screenshot of a webpage with XP Professional? I also have XP Office 2002 Professional.
Someone once told me that I could use the "Print Screen" key on my keyboard, but when I hit that button nothing happens.
Any ideas on how to do this would be appreciated.
11-21-2002, 06:19 PM
After you hit the PrintScreen button you need a graphics program to paste it into. All PrintScreen does is copy it to the clipboard. You can use MSPaint or whatever graphics program you have and create a new image in the graphics program and click edit then paste.
Also if you hit Alt + PrintScreen it will take a screen shot of just the active window. Saves the trouble of having to crop the shot afterwards.
11-21-2002, 06:25 PM
I was trying to do it with one of my image editing programs and couldn't get it to work, but it works great with the windows paint program.
I got it now . . . Thanks again for the tip!
12-02-2006, 02:55 AM
well, i am not quite sure but i think you can try ACA capture PRo....
it is pretty good to me.and i think it can help you out as well....
ACA capture PRO is a multi-function software...Not only capturing the video,
it can capture almost all kinds of files such as swf, all static images, flash on the website, window's menu item...Moreover, ACA capture PRo support selected-area capture function, it is mean that you have a more flexible screen capture resolution.....
By the way, more details about the features of ACA capture PRO,click here
12-02-2006, 03:23 AM
Dude, I posted that 4 years ago!
All I needed to do was know how to get a screen schot, which I learned how to do and have been using that little tip for...well, ever since this post back in 2002.
But, I did checkout that program you linked and if I ever need to capture some video I'll probably go ahead and get it. :thumbsup: