Screen Print & Capture 32 3.5
Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98
Publisher's description of Screen Print & Capture 32
Screen Print & Capture 32 allows you to print the full desktop, active window, predefined area, or user-selected area of the screen with a single key press. You can add user-defined headers and footers with date and time stamps, resize the printed image, convert to grayscale or negative image, and fade or resize the image to reduce toner or ink usage. You can capture screen images and save them to a user-selected local or network folder in either GIF, BMP, JPEG, or PNG formats with user-configurable file naming. You can use it to capture an area of the screen to your clipboard and paste it directly into your documents. Screen Print & Capture 32 can be set up to be completely transparent to the end user.This basic screen-capture utility lacks advanced features, but it works just fine and costs nothing. The tabbed configuration screen gives you options for capturing your entire desktop, the active window, or user-defined area. Though capturing screen areas is easy to do using one of four available hot keys, some operations could be smoother. For instance, when selecting an area of the screen to capture, you have to first move your mouse to choose the portion, then right-click the system-tray icon to actually grab it. You can quickly print a group of screens or save the images in PNG, BMP, JPEG, or GIF formats. An autonaming function allows the user to quickly save a series of program images. However, don't look to Screen Print & Capture 32 if you need to perform more advanced tasks such as capturing full-blown videos with sound. Nor will you find any editing features for cropping or annotating captures. Still, users with simple needs who are looking for a totally free screen-capture program will find this application sufficient.