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Using InfranView to AutoSave Screen Grabs
March 28, 2019
Let's keep the ball rolling with tips on how to automatically save screen grabs. The Tip of the Night for April 18, 2017, discussed the free graphics software, InfranView. In InfranView, go to Options . . . Capture/ScreenShot.
In the 'After the Capture' section, you'll see that you can select a destination directory in which to save an image file of the screen grab.
InfranView lets you choose from a number of different image formats. The default hot key to activate the InfranView screen grab is Ctrl+F11.
InfranView requires that you select a type of capture area. Options include: multiple monitors; one monitor; window; or a custom area.