Thank you for your suggestion but in my PC the shift-Print Page
combination does not create any imege in the clipboard. Ther is nothing
to paste. Any suggestions?
Rich Dudley wrote:
> vv wrote:
>> > Does anyone know how could be exported alignments of Macaw (
> > to a word document? Is there any other freeware programe suitable
> > such a work?
> > Another questino: I am just starting to develop alignments with
> > Macaw software and I would want to know if there is any broadly used
>> > "protocol" for alignment sequences. I mean, how can I try to develop
> > best alignment and avoid wasting time searching for blocks
>> With a Windows machine, you can use the shift+print screen
> which will take a snapshot of the screen in the clipboard. You can
> paste this image into ay editing program you use (like Paint or Draw,
> come with Windows), or directly into Word itself.
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