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Exporting images of Macaw

Ramanathan Vairamani rv21 at cornell.edu
Wed Oct 28 18:45:43 EST 1998


Hi,

Alt+PrintScreen copies the contents of the active window to clipboard.  If
you just press Printscreen, it copies the desktop to clipboard.  You can
paste the contents into a suitable application for saving, printing etc.

Hope this helps.

Ram

In article <36375EF1.CAA04C78 at domain.com>, vv <defaultuser at domain.com> wrote:

* Thank you for your suggestion but in my PC the shift-Print Page
* combination does not create any imege in the clipboard. Ther is nothing
* to paste. Any suggestions?
* 
* 
* 
* 
* Rich Dudley wrote:
* 
* > vv wrote:
* >
* > >     Does anyone know how could be exported alignments of Macaw (
* > images)
* > > to a word document? Is there any other freeware programe suitable
* > for
* > > such a work?
* > >
* > >     Another questino: I am just starting to develop alignments with
* > the
* > > Macaw software and I would want to know if there is any broadly used
* >
* > > "protocol" for alignment sequences. I mean, how can I try to develop
* > my
* > > best alignment and avoid wasting time searching for blocks
* > everywhere...
* >
* > With a Windows machine, you can use the shift+print screen
* > combination,
* > which will take a snapshot of the screen in the clipboard.  You can
* > then
* > paste this image into ay editing program you use (like Paint or Draw,
* > that
* > come with Windows), or directly into Word itself.
* >
* > rich
* >
* > --
* > --- --- --- -- -- -- --- --- ---
* > Richard J. Dudley (rdudley+ at pitt.edu)
* > Research Specialist V
* > Dept. of Cell Biology and Physiology
* > University of Pittsburgh
* > http://www.cbp.pitt.edu
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