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Date Posted: 15:28:36 03/06/01 Tue
Author: Mike
Subject: Re: Calling TWAIN driver in C++Builder
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Calling TWAIN driver in C++Builder" on 07:34:58 02/26/01 Mon

Thanks Michel,

It compiles without errors now. How do I get the image returned by Acquire in a TBitmap (it does not have a Graphic property)?

Mike

>Hi Mike,
>
>You'll find a native CBuilder scan example at:
>
>www.intervalsoftware.com/files/scandemoCB5.zip
>
>Best regards,
>
>Michel
>
>>Hi Michel,
>>Can you give me an example how to call the TWAIN
>>driver in C++Builder? I have been trying to translate
>>your example in the help file to CB but I am doing
>>something wrong with the definition of the event
>>handler.
>>My goal is to get the image scanned in a TBitmap.
>>Thanks,
>>Mike

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