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It looks like download.cnet.com used to be the primary place to get
Screen Print 32. According to the discussion at http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6129_102-367844.html , Screen Print 32
does not work on Vista, and the author of the software is nowhere to
be found. But there are plenty of very good alternatives, some of
which have been discussed here in the last few months. Irfanview
(http://www.irfanview.com/) is my current personal favorite among
free, Vista-compatible screen capture programs.
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