Best/easiest way to print parts of a large PDF image?

Kevin O'Gorman kogorman at
Tue Nov 6 01:59:11 UTC 2012

You can take a screenshot of just one window with the xwd tool.  It's in
x11-apps.  There are lots of options.

On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 9:26 AM, Frank <mailinglists at> wrote:

> On Sun, 2012-11-04 at 12:13 -0500, Bill Stanley wrote:
> >  screenshot <Print Screen> captures ALL of what is currently on your
> monitor.
> Use the "Take Screenshot" feature in Ubuntu.
> [From the Ubuntu help]
> Screenshots
> You can take a picture of your screen. This is useful if you want to
> show someone how to do something on the computer, for example.
> Screenshots are just normal picture files, so you can email them and
> share them on the web.
> To take a picture of what's on your screen:
> - Go to the dash and open the Screenshot tool.
> - In the window that appears, choose what to take a picture of.
> You can take a picture of the whole of the screen (Grab the whole
> desktop), just the window that you're currently using (Grab the current
> window), or you can select an area of the screen by dragging a box
> around it (Select the area to grab).
> - Click Take Screenshot.
> If you selected Select area to grab, the cursor will change into a
> cross. Click and drag the area you want for the screenshot.
> - The Save Screenshot window will now appear. Choose where to save the
> screenshot and click Save.
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Kevin O'Gorman

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