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Old   August 12, 2004, 10:48
Default how to capute the GUI
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SAM
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i need to put the images and GUI :---> like the boundary condtion diologe box, i want to get the hard copy of this box dont tell me about the procedure of caputring the graphics display window which is used for displaying the coutours and vectors.

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Old   August 12, 2004, 12:03
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i need to put the images and GUI :---> like the boundary condtion diologe box, i want to get the hard copy of this box dont tell me about the procedure of caputring the graphics display window which is used for displaying the coutours and vectors.

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Old   August 12, 2004, 12:18
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One way to capture everything that on the screen is to press "Print Screen" on the keyboard. This will copy whole desktop image into the clipboard. So make sure you can see what you want to capture (GUI dialogs, vector, contour plot -whatever), press this key go to your image editing software (Paint Shop, PhotoShop, Paint Brush ..etc.) and crop the image. If you press ALT+"Print Screen" you will only capture active window. You can also use dedicated capturing software like "SnagIt" . Hope this will answer your question.
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Old   August 12, 2004, 13:00
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ohhhhhhhhh I cant believe it. it is working thanks a lot , u have solved my problem , which remained my problem for 8 months thanks again
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