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Date Posted: 06:40:08 01/12/04 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Altering an image
In reply to: Sydney Lotterby 's message, "Altering an image" on 11:45:16 01/11/04 Sun

Hi Sydney,

You can write a graphic onto another graphic. For example, you can prepare your text block in one TDibGraphic instance, then do,


Best regards,


>I have Envision 2.01 and need to alter hundreds of
>images at the same position. I would like to either
>block out a range of pixels (preferably referenced by
>vertical and horizontal inch location with a width and
>depth in inches) or overwrite the same region with a
>text block using letters of my choosing. Can this be
>done? If so, how and do you have any sample code?

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