They are just line drawings.  B&W only, they are created in a PC program
either using data stored on the 400 or if they are changed they update the
data on the 400.

-----Original Message-----
From: Brad Jensen []
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 2:51 PM

"Klein, Ron" wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have been doing some research as to the usage of inserting images into
> print output.  We are really concerned with trying to put a JPG image into
> 400 print file.  To keep this in a 400 spool and not move these print
> to a PC for merging.
> I have been looking at the QIMGCVTI API, which seems that this is the type
> of thing I need.  However, from what I see IBM has again lost all
> consistency with what they preach.  It appears that the API will only
> support image files of the types TIFF, BMP, GIF, and PS.
> My question, does anyone know of a way to place JPG images into a spool
> file?  To have all of our files converted and the programs that use them,
> be able to use any of these other formats would essentially kill the
> feasability of this project.

Are they color or B&W?

Are they coming off a PC in the first place? If so, use a VB
program and convert them just before you upload them, there are
a lot of image tools for VB that would do this in a snap.

Brad Jensen
Electronic Storage Corporation Tulsa OK USA

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