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How to implement Print Screen in Swing?

 
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I would like to implement an option in menu that allow me to print a screen shot of my application. Thank you
 
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Check out java.awt.Robot.
 
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Hi Rob,

Thank you for your reply. I wonder if this is the only way? I mean using the Robot class createScreenCapture method with Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit
().getScreenSize(). I am just wondering. Anyway, thank you for your comment or I wouldn't even get to know the Robot class can capture screen shot.

-Cheung
 
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