Originally posted by vipiuTo use the paint software in windows is a procces, i have to put the position on a real program like fritz or chessmaster, take a printscreen and paste it into paint, then erase the remaining parts like the menu bar and the side of the program and then save the picture, i have also found that paint pictures are so big in bites.
you can maybe use that Paint that comes with windows?
Originally posted by Mad RookThanks, I think this is the best choice, I have already done a few positions.
What about a screen capture program? You'd still have to bring up the board positions in some chess GUI, but then you'd only have to take a screen shot of the board. The screen capture programs should let you adjust the window so that only the board is converted to a graphic file.
There are a number of freeware screen capture programs you can use. Just g ...[text shortened]... You might find one that you like.
Originally posted by MoneyMaker7Well I have a book called More Chessercizes: Checkmate. And it consist of several positions in which you should be able to find mate in diferent number of moves, so if I cant go with the book to all places my ipod fits nice in every pocket and if i have photos of the positions is the same as if I had the book.
Why wud u do that in the first place