How to scan document for printing with advance function printing

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We are a small manufacturer in nj. We make things like handles,washers and thumbscrews. We send an order to the production floor for a qty of some item with a picture of the product. The picture includes the measurements of the item and other details. These pictures have been scanned in somehow by a previous programmer and merged in a Advanced Function Printing (AFP) cl pgm. The programmer has since left and we have brought in new products which we need added to this afp function. We need help getting the new product pictures included in this afp function. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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  • philpl1jb
    I don't understand?  Do you want to create an Overlay???
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  • philpl1jb
    Presuming that you are a programmer.  I would explore the printing programs to determine what's going on with the output.  There will probably be something like an OVRPRTF which has a variable name of the "picture" that's being printed.  Tell us about that command and the keyword used.   Track down the object referred to in that command.  It's location and type would be useful.
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