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Old 02-26-2008, 03:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings to the Group - I've been getting several real nice Power Point slide shows in the email. I've tried to copy individual slides but can't do it. I don't have the same options with the right mouse clic as I do on jpegs. I've downloaded the PPS also but that didn't help either. All I want to do is to copy some individual slides for wallpaper or screen savers. Any and all help is appreciated.

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You will have to pause the slide show and then use the print screen command. That button is usually located by the Scroll Lock button.

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Hey thanks Makaveli for the help - You solved my problem.

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lol, this reminds me of those websites who disable right click so you don't steal their stuff but it doesn't work.

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lol, this reminds me of those websites who disable right click so you don't steal their stuff but it doesn't work.
View source works nicely for that sometimes as well xD. If it's a picture, then yeah, just screenshot/paste it in photoshop. Nothing photoshop can't fix, eh?
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