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how to remove background shade from logo in sap script

Hai Experts,

i just uploade a birmap image in to se78 n i used it in my script but the problem im getting

a shade at background of logo,so plz help me to avoid shade at back ground

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:23 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    What you can do for that is,

    You have to uplaod the image in SE78 by specifying the proper resolution.

    anything above a 72dpi willl be enough.

    Specify Resolution as 100 dpi.

    Then upload it in SE78.

    Regards,

    Jose

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    • Hi Rajesh,

      were you able to do it?

      Can i ask you which logo you are trying to upload,

      I will try and tell you if it comes out correctly for me.

      I also faced such kind of problems in scripts.but i got it later on.

      anyways, if you didnot, then load again go to SE78 and load a picture ( which is saved on any1 of your system drives) during loading, Click on Color image option.

      and set the resolution to 75 and load( Import ).

      now goto your script logo window. rightclick and import graphic.

      now in the text element type

      BITMAP <LOGO NAME> OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL.

      remove any shading or intensity. then try and execute.

      It must do well.

      Regards,

      Jose

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