Menus and Cropping
- Cropping: lesson #1 shows the Picture toolbar, the
8 resizing handles, which become Cropping handles when the Crop button
is turned on. It shows a screen snapshot BEFORE the cropping has occurred.
- Cropping: lesson #2 where two differently sized
cropped versions of lesson #1 screen are shown.
- Cropping: lesson #3 shows the frmWidth
Border Width dialogue box overlapping the frmMenusShapes main form.
This requires PrintScreen to get both the frmWidth active form and the other window,
the inactive frmMenusShapes window.
- Cropping: lesson #4 shows a sample of the
final result. Note how each of the FOUR screen snapshots shows a different
capability of the working software. The Alt key, menu hot key, PrintScreen
trick is explained in this last document as well. I did NOT have to
and #4, thanks to the student who discovered the hold down Alt, pull down menu
using the HOT KEY, then press PrintScreen and GET JUST THE ACTIVE WINDOW, but
with the Pull Down menu showing.
Menus, Right-Mouse click menus on the Clipboard, Cropping the
PrintScreen screen snapshot and resizing the Cropped graphic will all
be demonstrated on Friday, March 2nd in class.
You need to have a Copied and Pasted graphic of the running program with
the mnuStyles menu displayed (as a popup popped up after a right-click on
the lblPanthers object) and with the mnuFont menu
displayed (as a right-mouse menu, popped up from the Form1 object.