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Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#261 14 years ago

You could always use the picture he supplied with his post. A few years ago I had been really bored and I made a desktop of a desktop of a desktop.....

It was really quite intersting. It is great fun to gain access to public computers and either do that, so everyone has trouble clicking on the iconcs ;) or making a screensaver that confuses everyone when it asks for a password when you move the mouse. :D




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#262 14 years ago

Im confused about this taking a screen shot of you desktop how do you do it:confused: is it print screen? Where shold the shot apperar?




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#263 14 years ago

It should already be installed on your computer. Try looking under Programs/Accessories/System Tools

However, you should be able to press "Print Screen" and then be able to simply press Ctrl + V in paint to paste the screenshot. Try it out, it may be different for different OS. On Windows ME it is like above, but in Windows 2000 Pro you have to paste.