SuperClip (16-bit)v3.60 Description:
You simply click the Print Screen key to capture the screen to the Clipboard, and SuperClip pops up, displaying the capture.
You can save the entire image or any rectangular portion to disk, send it to the printer (stretched or positioned anywhere on the page), or import it into any Windows application that supports the Paste function in the Edit menu.
The available file formats are BMP, GIF, JPG, PCX, PNG, TIF, and TXT.
The program is also a true print-screen program. When you select Auto Print Screen from the Options menu, SuperClip remains minimized, and the entire screen, or any pre-defined rectangular portion, is sent to the printer each time you press the Print Screen key.
Moreover, SuperClip is an auto-save program. When you select Auto Save from the Options menu, SuperClip remains minimized, and the entire screen, or any pre-defined rectangular portion, is saved to a sequentially-numbered file each time you press the Print Screen key.
In addition, the Auto Print Screen and Auto Save options can operate concurrently. Both options can also work from within a text-mode DOS application running in a full-screen DOS session.
For graphical-mode DOS applications running in a full-screen DOS session, the included utility DOSclip can capture as many as 256 graphical screens for later retrieval to the Clipboard by SuperClip.