|For Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 or
Windows XP (or subsequent) users:
There are 3
different ways to start Quick Screenshot Maker:
- To start Quick Screenshot Maker, click the Quick Screenshot Maker
icon found in the Start menu, in Programs / Quick Screenshot Maker.
(Quick Screenshot Maker installed in the Quick Screenshot Maker program
group by default. It is stored elsewhere only if you specified another
program group during installation.)
- Double click the Quick Screenshot Maker icon on the desktop. (This
is available only when you select "Create a desktop icon" at
"Select Additional Tasks" step during installation.
- Click Quick Screenshot Maker icon in the windows taskbar's "Quick
Launch" icon group. (This is available only when you select "Create a
Quick Launch icon" at "Select Additional Tasks" step during
If you check the Run on system startup option under the Advanced
tab in the Capture settings dialog, or if you have manually placed the
Quick Screenshot Maker icon in your Windows Startup group, Quick
Screenshot Maker starts automatically each time you start Windows.
When the program starts, it also create a tray
icon on the system tray area. When you minimize the main window,
the program disappears from the taskbar but show as the icon. Click the
icon to show Quick Screenshot Maker again.