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not sure where i should poist tis but how can i capture a print screen in windows VISTA? i know how to do it in xp but i can not seem to figure it out in VISTA. anyone know offhand?
    
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Im not sure what you mean...

For Vista and Win7, I hit Print screen and then open up Paint, use Crt V to paste and then save as a file, where ever you want it...

Is that what you where after?
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Print Screen + Open Paint and then CTRL+V or Paste.

You could also do this with certain MS Office Suites instead od using Paint. Word and Outlook come to mind.
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