Capturing, Printing and Viewing Images

1. How do I print or capture my screen?
Press the Print Screen key, which is located on the right-hand side top row of your keyboard.
The key is labeled "Print Screen" or "Prtsc."
Tap it once to print and/or capture an image.


When you press the Print Screen key, ScreenPrint will minimize to the System Tray. To restore ScreenPrint to your screen:
Double-click the ScreenPrint icon  in the System Tray.
If you see ScreenPrint on your Taskbar, click it once to restore it to the screen.


2. How do I print or capture different areas of my screen?

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Click the down-arrow button on the right side of the Capture Method box and select a capture   method.
Scroll to the bottom of the Capture Method box to see all the capture methods.


3. How do I Print Only, Capture Only or both when I press the Print Screen key?

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Click the down-arrow button on the right side of the Print or Capture box and then make a   selection.

To print images you already captured:
Select one or more image filenames (e.g., pic1.bmp) in the
File Name box (located under the   Capture Method Box) and then click the Print button.
For more print options, click File on the menubar and then click Print.

4. How do I capture images in different graphic formats?
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Click the down-arrow button on the right side of the Capture Format box and select a different   graphic format.

5. How do I view images larger or smaller than actual size?

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Click the down-arrow button on the right side of the Viewing Size box and select a larger or   smaller view.
Please note that this function only increases or decreases the size of the image for viewing only. It   does not change the size of the printed image, which you can do by opening an image in the Editor   and resizing it with the Resize function.

6. How do I view images in the Thumbnail Viewer?
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Thumbnails can be viewed in three sizes (small, medium or large) and at two resolutions (low quality or high quality). Note: Larger thumbnails at high quality take longer to load. View images as thumbnails by doing the following:

After you capture one or more images, click Thumbnail on ScreenPrint's menubar and then
select   quality and size in the drop-down menu.
Alternatively, click the Thumbs button to open the Thumbnail Viewer.
To change the quality and size of thumbnails from within the Thumbnail Viewer, click View on the   Thumbnail Viewer menubar and select image quality and size in the drop-down menu.

7. Where can I find other information about using ScreenPrint?
Online Help File: ScreenPrint's online Help file provides an explanation of every feature and detailed instructions for the use of every function. To access the online Help file, click Help on ScreenPrint's menubar and then click Contents. The Help file will open in your browser; however, you do not have to connected to the Internet to use it because the Help file was copied to your hard disk when you installed the program.

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