Taking a screenshot of your work is sometimes required, and while it’s not particularly difficult to just press the PrntScr (print screen) key and save it using whatever picture editor you use, there is another way. The SAVEIMG command essentially does a screenshot of the document area of the AutoCAD window. It gives the following dialogue box, which allows you to save the image in a few varieties of bitmap:
Naturally, this is particularly useful when you’re doing more than one save. If for example you had to save 20 screenshots of various parts of your work, this will most certainly save you time.
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