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Morph Mr. Wilson

(If you had a Java-capable browser, you'd see a really cool applet here.)


AlexWarp applet by Alex Rosen - http://www.axlrosen.net/

Saving or Printing

For security reasons, by default Java won't let you save or print a file (so that a Java applet can't erase your hard drive, for example). So, to save or print your creation, follow these steps:


  • 1. Take a screen shot. Click once on the title bar of your browser, to make sure it's active, and press Alt + PrintScreen. (The PrintScreen button is on the upper-right of your keyboard, often labeled PrtScn or something like that.)

  • 2. Paste it into an image editing program. Open up the Paint program, for example -- this is under the Start menu, under Programs >> Accessories >> Paint. Click the Maximize button on the upper-right corner of the window, and choose the Paste menu item.

  • 3. Crop it. If you want, you can use the program's image tools to erase or delete the parts of the image you don't want.

  • 4. Save or Print. Now you can save or print the picture you made.


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Website by Duncan Wilson

Page last updated January 07, 2012

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