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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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2.14 Taking Screen Shots

With KSnapshot, you can create snapshots of your screen or individual application windows. Start the program from the main menu or by pressing Alt+F2 and entering ksnapshot. On start-up, KSnapshot already takes a snapshot of the screen and displays it as preview. You can choose to save the current snapshot, to open it with an graphics application or to copy it to the clipboard. Before creating a new snapshot, check if the options in the lower part of the window match your needs. For example, to automatically capture a dialog window or a certain region (instead of the full screen), adjust the Capture Mode. If you need to take some other actions first (like selecting a certain object in the window), adjust the Snapshot Delay and choose if to Include the window decorations or not. Then click New Snapshot to take a new snapshot which you then can save or edit further.

Figure 2-3 KSnapshot

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