Client/Server Installation
Starting and Using ScreenPrint
Quick Start Basics
Program Startup
Using the Print Screen Key
Using Alternate Hotkeys
Capture Completion Indicator
Minimizing, Restoring and Exiting
Main Window
Selecting a Capture Method
Full Screen
Active Window
Active Window Client Area
User-Defined Rectangle/Circle
User-Defined with Repeat
Mouse Selected Region
Full DOS Screen
DOS Capture Under XP
Dual Monitor Captures
Selecting Your Ouptut
Auto Recover
Selecting a Graphic Format for Captured Images
Selecting and Viewing Captured Images
Saving Images
Save As
Quick Save
Save to Catalog
Saving Images in JPEG Format
Deleting Images
Printing Images
Emailing Images
Copying Images
Pasting Images in MS Word and PowerPoint
AutoCapture Timer
Clearing the Clipboard
Setup and Configuration
Auto-Memory Settings
ScreenPrint Setup
Print Options
Print and Capture Options
Start and Exit Options
Image Editor Options
Default Image Save Folder
Configuration Folder
Email Message Settings
Saving Your Configuration
Password Protection
Password Protection Setup
Enabling Password Protection
Disabling Password Protection
Changing Your Password
If You Forget Your Password
Printer Setup
Export to PDF
Thumbnail Viewer
Opening the Thumbnail Viewer
Selecting/Working with Thumbnails
Weblink Image Cataloger
Rules for Cataloging Images
Creating a Catalog
Saving Images to a Catalog
Opening/Closing a Catalog
Removing Images from a Catalog
Moving Images between Catalogs
Moving Images Saved in the Current Session into a Catalog
Deleting a Catalog
Renaming a Catalog
Importing Images into a Catalog
Linking Images to URLs
Saving Web Images as Visual Bookmarks
Visiting an Image’s Linked URL
Adding Notes to Web Images
Viewing/Editing an Attached Note
Image Editor
Toolbar Icons
Menu Bar Functions
Special Effects
Batch Conversion
Technical Support
Purchasing/Volume License Quotes
Copyright and Trademark Notice

ScreenPrint Platinum User Guide

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Password Protection: Overview

The Password Protection feature is designed for administrators who want to restrict user access to the program's interface and configuration.

This feature secures the System Tray icon and prevents users from shutting down ScreenPrint or restoring it to their screens without entering a password. Since users will not have access to the program's interface, Password Protection is generally suitable if you require users to only print (not capture) their screens. However, enabling password protection may be appropriate if the administrator wants to access each user's captured images.

Security, Transparency, Zero Learning Curve

Password Protection can be used to prevent users from capturing or saving sensitive on-screen company information. In addition, when Password Protection is used in conjunction with the Start and Exit Options in the Configuration Window, the program can be made totally transparent to users. In other words, ScreenPrint can be pre-configured to automatically start and exit with Windows and users will never see the interface; they will only know that their screens are printed every time they press the Print Screen key.

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