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Print graphics for ZPL II

Print graphics for ZPL II

Print graphics for ZPL II

(OP)
HI
I am trying to print graphics for ZPL II, i converted the graphic of .pcx to ,grf with Zebra Tools, but when i send to print, not show nothing of graphics in the printer.
Could you help me please?

Thanks

RE: Print graphics for ZPL II

Printing the ***.GRF file oly stores the image in the printer's memory. You need another command to actually print the image.

Let's say you created LOGO.GRF with ZTOOLS.

Print the LOGO.GRF file to store it in memory.

Now create a new file that contains...

^XA
^FO100,100^XGR:LOGO.GRF,1,1^FS
^XZ

Print that file and you should have your graphic. This way, you can print the image several times but only download it ONCE.

Jim Asman
http://www.spectracolorservices.com

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