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    Post Pictures?

    How do you upload a good quality picture in the (Team Showcase Forum) When i upload a pic of my it is very bad quality of pic.
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    It depends on how you create the pic. If the image is larger on the screen (you can change zoom in browser) when you take a screen shot, it will be nicer looking.

    I take a screen shot (on my pc it's "ctrl" and "Prt Sc" at the same time) go into Paint or a picture editor, paste (ctrl and C) select and crop down to only the area you want to show, then save and upload.
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    to do screen captures I use a tool (extension) of Google Chrome called Lightshoot, easy to use and is what I use to do my team showcase page.. and resumes ...etc

    Thats a good tool because one can select the area of the window that he want, not all. Makes work more easy

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    Not tried lightshoot yet but I've been using paint.net as my editor for too many years to tell.

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    My work computer has a piece of software called "Snipping Tool", which lets you select the part of the screen you want to copy, then save that as a picture file, really easy to use, and you can underline, shade or cross out bits before saving. It works really well:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Cresswell View Post
    My work computer has a piece of software called "Snipping Tool", which lets you select the part of the screen you want to copy, then save that as a picture file, really easy to use, and you can underline, shade or cross out bits before saving.
    This tool is pretty neat! Seems Microsoft introduced in Windows Vista. Anything newer seems to also have it.
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