Nov 8, 2007
I did this quite a lot of time. Pressing "print screen" button, then in "run" command type "mspaint" and paste the clips on launched Microsoft Paint. Is this the simplest way ?
I am wondering until I discovered FireShot ( Firefox add-on ), it come in handy with a click of snap, and I got my image in specific folder to send to my college or friend.
For IE user, I am not sure how to install this add on on it. If you have any idea, just post to me.
Here we go!
Launch with Firefox , this url: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5648
Little Intro About FireShot 0.20 by susbox
FireShot is a Firefox extension that creates screenshots of web pages. Unlike other extensions, this plugin provides a set of editing and annotation tools, which let users quickly modify captures and insert text and graphical annotations. Such functionality will be especially useful for web designers, testers and content reviewers. It's possible to choose whether entire web page or only visible part of this page should be captured. Screenshots can be saved to disk (PNG, JPEG, BMP), copied to clipboard, e-mailed and sent to external editor for further processing.
Adds the ability to take a screenshot of web page (entire of visible part), edit it, add annotations and save (PNG, JPEG, BMP), copy to clipboard, send to external editor or e-mail it.
Oct 30, 2007
Now I develop under Visual Studio 2005 and I use only Microsoft report system.
Those are the benefits I found:
- xml structure, so you can programmatically modify report structure;
- built in support for DataSets as data source;
- good parameters system;
- much faster than CR in rendering (i have reports > 1.000 pages).
Microsoft report system have some never fixed bug, as visual studio 2005, but for my experience is much better than Cr.