Is it possible to take a screen shot of the File Tree within a folder on EPDM? We need the image for our files. Thank you for your help
google snag it or SnagIt. I have used it since 1999 and it is a great tool with an evaluation period. Multiple outputs.
If you use any number of screen capture tools (just google it) I'm sure you can get exactly what you need. I personally love the Snipping Tool that comes in Windows 7.
Thank you. I am currently still using EPDM in Windows XP and am primarily a MAC user, not Windows.
click somewhere in the epdm window to make sure it is "active" them hold dowm alt and press "print screen" this will copy the display of the active window to the clipboard. you can then paste it into word, or paint, or any other picture editing program you would like.
Thanks for your answer. It's working 50% of the time, but not in certain windows within EPDM. I am going to tweak and see if this has to do with my machine and the set-up I have. (Running XP virtually on a Mac Book Pro) or if it's just not possible in those particular windows.
If all else fails, get your phone out and take a high def picture.
Word. Was hoping to avoid that, but we've been doing it that way for most of today.
what happens when it does not work? any error messages?
Nothing happens at all really. No error messages or pictures, just nothing.
Windows has a nice tool, look for "Snipping Tool". If you are running Windows 7 you can just search for it there when you click on the "Start" button.
Thanks. Heard about this feature, but my company has not yet UG'ed me to 7. Still using XP
Thanks so much for this suggestion. Thus far this seems to be the most successful, and continuous solution to our problem.
Search for it, I believe XP had it as well.
Googled and everything comes back as XP having this feature, but when I do a local search on my machine it cannot be found. Instead I downloaded SnagIt and that's awesome.
You're welcome. I find it also useful for recording screen video and screen captures for instruction manuals.
Great to hear it works for you!
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