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Dick, a TIFF and a GIF will print a screenshot the same in grayscale... The
only thing you gain with TIFF is file size.
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::: -----Original Message-----
::: Cutting through all the chaff, the only answer that counts is TIFF,
::: either grayscale or CMYK.
::: Capture the screen as a bitmap (BMP). Open in Photoshop and
::: save as a
::: PSD. Adjust size (at 300 dpi resolution) to the size you
::: want on the
::: printed page. Convert to grayscale or CMYK. Save as TIFF.
::: You're done.