I see a couple of options.

1)  Find out what format this document is stored and see if there is a way
to integrate that with the 400 data stream.
2)  The same PC program which 'updates the 400 data' could also easily
create an 'overlay' or a 'page segment'.

Rob Berendt
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They are stored in the IFS.  There is a PC program that is called wherever
the parcel is brought up and the operater wants to edit the drawing.  It
uses, creates, or updates the 400 data if the drawing is changed.  But,
the image is written back to the 400.

-----Original Message-----
From: rob@dekko.com [mailto:rob@dekko.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 2:39 PM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: RE: Creating a page segment

How did you store those drawings in the first place on your 400, (assuming
that a 'floor plan' is a drawing)?

Rob Berendt
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