Howdo I incorporate .bmp images into i5 printer/spool file?

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We use overlays with static images(logo), but I need to include a .bmp image into a spool file based on link data (on the iseries) that points to a .bmp file on the IFS. Really don't want to recreate the wheel by making page segments out of these images (there are many of them), and not having any luck sith AFPRSC keyword. Any ideas?

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  • RVP400
    Hi, Have you checked out the GDF dds keyword ? It allows you to include a graphics data file in your prtf using parameters that can be updated when the spool is generated. If you could convert your .bmp files in runtime and set the variables accordingly in your program before using the prtf, I think that it should solve your problem. RVP
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