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Date Posted: 13:51:48 03/26/04 Fri
Author: Michael Crapo
Subject: Re: Need help with creating one image out of two TIFF images.
In reply to: Bjarne Winkler 's message, "Need help with creating one image out of two TIFF images." on 16:11:35 03/21/04 Sun


The printer object has a canvas, you can start a print job, and copy the image to one location on the canvas, and then the other image on another location on the same canvas, and then close the print job. This also can be done with a image canvas before you print if you want.

Hope that helps

>Need help with creating one image out of two TIFF
>I have two TIFF images. One is the front of a scanned
>check and the other is the back of the same check.
>Currently I can print each image (front and back) on
>two separate pieces of paper, however that is a lot of
>wasted paper. So my goal is to print one page (8.5 x
>11) where the top part of the page is the front of the
>page and the lower part of the page is the back of the
>At a later time I would also like to do country club
>printing with four up and two across. I am sure that
>is going to be easy after I get my “two up and one
>across” done.
>Any suggestions or code snips are always appreciated.

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