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rather than a screenshot, try:

1) starting a dos window,

2) navigate to the bmp directory,

3) then type "dir 6??.bmp > temp.txt" (without the " marks).

4) Then exit the dos window,

5) open up notepad, and

6) open the temp.txtfile (which will be located in your bmp directory).

You've now got a textfile listing of the the 600 series bmps, and can do all sorts of funky things with it.

They are espeically good printed as novelty Birthday and Christmas cards ;)

Be cool


Edit: Or you could read Andrews post above ...

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