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Problems with resolution in printing graphics in SAPScript

Hello,

I want to print grey scale pictures in SAPScript at a low resolution. But in this case I get a very rough resolution with dots. When I print with the same low resolution out of windows I get grey scale without any rough resolutions and dots. Has anybody an Idee where this difference in printing from windows and printing from SAP comes and how you can solve this problem?

Thanks, Lars.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 05:18 PM

    the IMAGE attributes are maintained in table STXBITMAPS.

    if you have any problem with resolution they you can modify the attributes of the image in this table

    resolution,height,width...

    regards

    vijay

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 05:10 PM

    I think you can change the Image Resolution in SE78, in Atributes there is an option but i am not sure you can do that. but you can upload the image with the resolution which you want to be in script..

    regards

    vijay.

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      Hello,

      thanks for your comment, but I had already this information. I want a good grey scale print with a low resolution because if you make the resolution high the file archives become quite big which costs money for hardware.

      My personal impression is, that you can't solve this problem because it is problem of the printing drivers that SAP uses. So one has to look for better third party solutions or wait until SAP has better printing drivers.

      Regards, Lars.

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