BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 03-16-93 (22:06)             Number: 354
From: EARL MONTGOMERY              Refer#: NONE
  To: ALL                           Recvd: NO  
Subj: DOC for VGACLIP.EXE            Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
Well the TSR is pretty straight forward. I suggest you keep this program
in your directory path so it can be called from anywhere.
Type VGACLIP at any DOS prompt and you will see the activation header
appear. When you are ready to use it press ALT & V at the same time.
You can use this TSR to capture GIFS, etc while viewing them in
programs such as CSHOW. The first captured screen will be called
VGASCR01.CAP the next (in the same session) will be VGASCR02.CAP
and so on. After pressing ALT V you will hear the screen being
written to disk and upon completion you will hear a beep. I really
can't think of anything else to add. If you run into problems
let me know.

--- Maximus 2.01wb
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