I generally print to a black and white (not color) laser printer. Back when I was using Windows XP I used a screenshot program called PrintScreen32. PrintScreen32 did not have near as many options or the configurability of Screenshot Captor. However, one feature that it did have that I can't seem to find / figure out with Screenshot Captor is that you could set the image to be sent to the printer as always greyscale, and if the image were set to greyscale you could invert the colors (so black would become white, dark grey would become light grey, etc). Anyhow, the application I am doing most of my screen printing from is an iSeries terminal. The background of the screen is black, and the text is mostly white (some of the text is light blue, yellow, or green). With Screenshot Captor every screen shot I take and send to the laser printer uses a good bit of toner (since most of the page is black). Is there a way to set the image to get greyscale and inverted before being sent to the printer?