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SAP Script Logo

Hi all,

I am trying to insert my company logo to the certification letter generated in SAP Script .

By running the program RXTLXDMC i have uploaded my logo and inserted that in my standard text say "zabc"

and i have called that std text in my se38 report .

and it's working fine .

But i want to move my logo to right .

How to do that?

I hav tried to do that in SE71 . but no result .

Do u hav any good tutorial ?

Advance thanks,

J

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2005 at 06:36 AM

    Hi,

    If You have a Layout for script, open the layout in se71.

    Create a Window Type VAR.

    On page windows assign position in standard attributes (ie where you want to see the logo on the form).

    Include logo in this window, you can keep moving the window to desired locations on the form.

    Rgds,

    M

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2005 at 06:45 AM

    Hi J,

    What version of SAP are you on? If you are on 4.6C or higher, you shouldload your graphic in via SE78 and store it on the Document Server.

    Then in your SAPscript (SE71), in the relevant winder put in "/:" in the Tag Column, and in the Text Line enter "include 'ZABC' object 'GRAPHICS' id 'BMAP'".

    The /: identified the line as a "Command Line" (ie regular ABAP). Then you use the INCLUDE command to identify your graphic.

    Hope this points you in the right direction.

    Cheers,

    Pat.

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