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Old 26th August 2014, 06:51 PM   #1
Colin Mitchell
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99% of my work is domestic properties and I use PowerPoint to do the drawings (shock horror!).

As things stand I use the Windows Snipping Tool to cut out EuroBeam's results and paste them into the PowerPoint file along with the drawings; thereby having everything in one format/package.

It would be even better/neater/quicker if there was a copy to JPG function that copied the active window to the clip board, as opposed to using the Snipping Tool.

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Old 27th August 2014, 04:27 PM   #2
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Default Re: Copy Active Window To Clip Board In JPG format

I use a little programme called CaptureWizPro. It enables you to cut and paste screen shots into your application and/or save it to file and/or edit it in paint or other editor. It saves me tons of time and achieves the result you are looking for.
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Old 1st September 2014, 01:14 PM   #3
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Thanks - CaptureWizPro is obviously much more powerful than the Windows Snipping Tool I have been using.

But, unless I've missed something, it doesn't quite do what I'm after.

What I want to do is right click on the active window and then in addition to the current 'Copy as RTF' option have a 'Copy as JPG' option for either the detail or summary results in the active window.

But thanks again for your advice.
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