deb said: > I don't know where this originated from > so I can't give proper credit, but thanks to whomever. it came from staz, of course. i was about to post the same routine, so thanks for saving me the trouble. works like a charm, if that's what your need is. i've put a lot of thought into transferring the screen to paper -- it's one of the essential questions in thinking about electronic books, the conflict between the landscape monitor and the portrait page -- and the best solution to my mind is to print the screens 2-up on a page. accumulate your first "picthndl&" into a global as the top half of the page, and when you get a second one as the bottom, slap them together. it may be necessary to reduce the screenshots a bit to fit, but you should be using 14-point-type minimally on-screen, so the reduction generally takes the print point-size to about 12, and that's a size that looks good at the higher resolution of print. -bowerbird p.s. if you want to grow your screenshots rather than reduce 'em, and you don't mind printing landscape, that's another possible route.