selected area from the computer screen and save it as an image
file. Grabbed images can be stretched/sized horizontally,
vertically and diagonally, rotated, mirrored, flipped and then
printed and saved to disk in popular graphic formats such as
JPG and BMP.
size the transparent grab tool over the required area.
You can adjust the position as often as you wish.
You can now view, size, stretch, rotate, flip, mirror, print
save your image in common graphic formats; bmp, jpg etc
easy it is to use GrabXP:
Open the main
program window showing the function icons across the top menu
bar and large 'picture' window covering most of the window
area. Some of the buttons such as exit, save and print
shouldn't require any explanation.
In Top menu
bar, the most commonly used function is to Grab a specific
area of the display.
The 'Area Select' tool appears as a small transparent window
which you can position anywhere on your display and drag/size
to encompass the desired area then click the word 'Grab' to
When you use
the Area Select tool the captured image appears on the main
GrabXP picture window as shown above. You can use the mouse to
drag the picture around the window or stretch horizontally or
vertically. If you try to stretch diagonally the image always
sizes proportionally. This doesn't affect the actual image,
it's just to allow you to enlarge the picture for viewing. If
you wish to create a new picture from the stretched or sized
image then simply call up the 'Area Select' tool to capture
all or part of the modified image before saving the new
you might wish to capture the entire display as an image.
To do this you click the menu item.
Of course this results in an image as large as your whole
computer display but you can use the drag and size functions
to view the whole area and/or save it to disk and print.