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VBA to take screenshots of session and paste to Excel

VBA to take screenshots of session and paste to Excel

VBA to take screenshots of session and paste to Excel

I have a VBA macro in an Excel file that screen scrapes data from Attachmate Extra Session in a loop for a provided list of input values. In addition to the screen scrape of data, I would like to take screen prints of the Extra Session window for each item in the list and paste these screen prints into a separate worksheet. I've tried using Application.SendKeys "(%{1068})" to copy the screen print to the clipboard, but this copies the excel window instead of the Extra Session. I've also tried the API calls from this website: http://word.mvps.org/faqs/macrosvba/PrtSc.htm with the same result. Does anyone have any experience with this? Once I can get the image to the clipboard I can code the pasting process from there.

Thanks in advance!

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