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  • Russ Srole
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    If you need to support more then just jpg to bmp, then I would use Developers Image Library at http://openil.sourceforge.net/ , it's free, works great and some kind soul (Jose, Patrice, someone else?) translated enough of the c headers to make it a snap to use.

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  • Michael Mattias
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    Clients would not like having to go through such a process. A folder will be monitored and the images loaded into a database.
    That was unknown at the time of my suggestion, and your post said you wanted to print "an" (singular) invoice, which suggests one (singular) image which happens to have been created with a digital camera.

    FWIW, I often create "client-logo'd" reports. My quotations include the phrase, "Client to supply artwork in Windows BMP format." Works great.

    MCM

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  • Mike Doty
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    Great, thank you!

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  • Paul Dixon
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    To convert JPG to BMP see this:
    http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ad.php?t=23625

    Paul.

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  • Mike Doty
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    Clients would not like having to go through such a process.
    A folder will be monitored and the images loaded into a database.
    I see the client in a record and then clicking on the image to load
    into the database. Not sure if the image should be converted
    before placing into the database or just before loading into DDT.
    Again, anyone have code on converting .JPG to .BMP?

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  • Michael Mattias
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    Show, Select all, copy, paste into Paint, Save As BMP?

    I don't understand why a one-time conversion of a jpeg to a bmp for inclusion as an invoice logo should necessitate a 'code' solution.

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  • Mike Doty
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    Can anyone point me to a source code example of converting a .JPG to .BMP and loading it into DDT? Would also like to print an invoice
    with an image from a digital camera. Did you get XPRINT to print an invoice with something other than .BMP?

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  • Kev Peel
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    Simply convert it to a bitmap and use XPRINT RENDER bmpfile$. There is no built-in functionality for jpg files (or gif, png, etc.). Using an RLE-compressed bitmap may be an option if the logo is very big, these are also natively supported by Windows (and thus PB).

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  • Dick Bottom
    started a topic Print .jpg with xpriint

    Print .jpg with xpriint

    I'm printing Invoices with XPRINT. How can I add our Logo (.jpg) to the invoice?
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