Occasionally, instead of a RIGHT click, choose "Paste", you can click on the area to be pasted, then press "Ctrl+V" to paste..
For other options to "Print Screen", see the topic about it in our "Tips" thread at the top of this forum. There are lots of responses with various ways to do it. Here's a direct link:
Hope this helps.
Are there any significant differences between the print screen abilities of these two OS versions? I can get both to complete a print screen of a webpage. Using both systems, I copy and paste to Word or Notepad. I was trying copy a test matrix from a test (old DOS application) program (semiconductor wafer map). No problem with the Windows 2000, but the Windows XP paste cannot be seen, though when highlighted (using 'select all'), it is clearly there. Why does the older OS (Win2000)work when the XP print screen only results in a "blank paste"?
This problem appears to be tracking all XP computers.