Here is a place to "start".
When doing searches, focus on the term "images" and not JPG.
Looks like the biggest hurdle is finding a printer capable of doing it.
True IPDS printers are pretty scarce although Lexmark and I assume Ricoh
both sell native versions.
Lexmark sells an IPDS card for their printers.
I assume that Ricoh(Old IBM Printing Division) does the same.
There used to be an IBM'er that hung around the news groups that worked
in the printer software section and was VERY good.
I would also consider calling IBM software support assuming you have a
On 4/3/2012 9:08 AM, darren@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Our users have a library of small .JPG files that look like parts. They'd
like to print a picture of the part beside the part # on a pick slip. We
have Infoprint, and do quite a bit of work with generating PDF. We also
creates a lot of Excel spreadsheets with POI java tools. What options are
there for generating pictures from JPG resources, using something like
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