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Program Docu with screenshot

Hi all

I'm looking for a possibility to involve screenshots (e.g. .bmp or .tif) into a program ducumentation (created by e.g. SE80 -> goto -> Documentation).

Does anyone have an idea how / what to do ?

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Where have I to store an assigned HTML file if using an appropriate FM like e.g. FM: IWB_HTML_HELP_CALL to use an HTML help file ? It's possible to store it within an SAP cluster database ?

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thanks for your answers in advance !

greetings, Stefan

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 09:59 AM

    Hello Stefan,

    Not sure, but try tcode DWDM, may you get some useful data from there

    regards

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 10:26 AM

    use transaction OAOR to load pictures and in the program documentation.

    or if you want to use local files, in the change mode of the program documentation

    insert->graphics->import (F5) to load a local bmp files into program documentation.

    Regards

    Raja

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    • Former Member

      Thank you for answering !

      yes, it's possibly to insert/assign a grahics file to a docu, but unfortunately it's not displayed (except within a print preview or when printing).

      If anyone of you kwows how to display grapics by displaying the docu I would be appreciate for tips.

      thanks, Stefan

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