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Learn an easy way to crop your logo into a "square" for your "My Page" or "Group" logo so it looks good

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Comment by David Hoff on July 2, 2009 at 12:27pm
Another easy way for Windows users to make images out of anything on your browser or application window is to do a screen print what stashes what you see on your screen into the built-in Windows copy buffer. But use the Alt-PrtSc buttons and shrink the window down to eliminate as much of the area as possible that you don't want to print.

Then just open the Windows Paint program (Accessories->Paint) that comes with every system and paste ( Ctrl-V ) from your buffer into Paint. You can crop from there and save as a JPEG file type. Images are just about as good as anything because of the pixel translation. Have fun...
Comment by Nicholas Benoit on February 17, 2009 at 4:16pm
Thanks Again Rex!! for the how to
Comment by Rex Richard on February 4, 2009 at 3:54pm
Noel,

Be sure your browser has current updates. As this video runs in your browser it must be current. I run Firefox and it works fine. Be aware the video has no image movement for about the first 30 seconds or so. The starting image is just an open app on my desktop.

In the event you have further difficulty, you can watch the video with the direct link I provided below. This link will require you to have "Quicktime" to view, as that is the file format in which the original is saved.

http://www.screencast.com/t/bYAQqGhSR
Comment by Noel Valade on February 4, 2009 at 1:51pm
Hi, Rex

Having trouble opening this video.

Is anyone else??

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