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    Default PRT SCRN and clipboard

    I am new here. I found a posting here from 2000 but I cannot find if it ever received a reply.
    How do I view a screen that I wanted to print? I pressed the Prt Scrn key but I do not know where to go to find the view that I am trying to copy and print. I cannot find the clipboard. I am using MS XP Media Center Edition, IE 6 (I think) on an emachine.

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    Default Re: PRT SCRN and clipboard

    Simply paste it into a graphics program. eg Irfanview Paint Shop Pro etc or even (if you must) Paint

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    Default Re: PRT SCRN and clipboard

    ..........and there is also a Clipbook Viewer built into XP, hopefully available from Start-All Programs-Accessories, though some sources say it isn't listed there, but it is with my XP Pro.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u.../nebeker1.mspx
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    Default Re: PRT SCRN and clipboard

    Or paste it into Word.
    The clipbooks exists but its usually used as a sort of virtual space to store things you have print screened until you insert it into whatever...

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