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Snapshot related Hi, In my Laptop, dv6335.ca, on windows vistas, I want to send snapshots of certain screen as such thorugh e mail,Pl.let me know your suggestions Thanks Raman

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  • shreegothand Jan 01, 2009

    Thanks for your reply. Still I am not clear.How to select and copy the relevant screen , before going for control+print screen. I may be elementary. Kindly excuse me.



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Press CTRL+Print Screen. Open a jpeg viewer like Windows Paint or MS Word. Then press CTRL+V to paste the snapshot. Save the file and send it.

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