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2013/7/21 Tom Davies <>

Hi :)
Ok, we have the 4.1.0 screenshots but now would like a comparison with an
earlier version of LO, either 3.6.x or 4.0.x = still on on Win7.

Imgur might well be better for taking screen-shots on Win7.  I didn't know
about it.  It sound shed loads better! :)

The Alt+PrintScreen worked on the older Windows method of pasting into
another app if you prefer to still use that old method.  The
Alt+PrintScreen also works in the default Gnu&Linux systems which all seem
to be a lot more sophisticated than the old Windows way.  There are several
apps to choose from in Gnu&Linux.  The Docs Team experimented with a few
before deciding on which one to recommend to their new members.  I'm not
sure if Imgur has a time-delay setting and all that sort of thing.  It
might do.

Anyway the point is that Win7 does have a nice screen-shot app but it's
just a bit hidden.  Whichever way you take a screen-shot of 3.6.x or 4.0.x
on Win7 is probably fine with the Marketing Team.
Regards from
Tom :)

Well, Tom, now you've received the screenshots of the versions
Calc, Impress, and Writer in Win7 to compare with the ones of the 4.1.0
versions I sent earlier. I hope they sufficed !...


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