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how to decrease the logo size

Former Member
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Hi all,

I need to a print logo in scripts.

but iam not able to decrease the size of logo(that was fixed).

how can i decrease the logo size.

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Former Member
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Hi

IF you have imported it as graphic:

BITMAP 'LOGO' OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI <XXX>

Where XXX is the resolution:

Resolution with which a graphic is printed, specified in dots per inch, (dpi).

The graphic resolution controls the size of a graphic when it is printed. High resolutions produce small graphics while low resolutions produce large graphics.

If you choose default value 0, the original resolution of the imported graphic file is used.

Most printer drivers and printers support the following resolutions:

75 dpi

100 dpi

200 dpi

150 dpi

300 dpi

600 dpi

If you have imported it as std text I believe you've to re-imported it whit new resolution you need

Max

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Former Member

for logo ..

u uplaod logo through se73.

when u open sap script u create a graphices window for logo .

set dpi for that perticular logo size.

for ex ..

if u set dpi 100 it is big in size.

if u set dpi 200 it is less than 100.

<b>ex---
ZLOGO is the image name, and DPI's available are 
75,100,150,200,300,600
is it BITMAP and color one , if so


/: BITMAP 'ZLOGO' OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI 300</b>

Former Member
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Hi Rupa,

Upload your logo in transaction SE78 and include this Logo in your sapscript form.after that use this command

BITMAP 'ZLOGO'(Your logo) OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI 300.here you can change the DPI of your logo that will reflect in your logo size

Remember more the resolution smaller the Image

Former Member
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Hi

IF you have imported it as graphic:

BITMAP 'LOGO' OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI <XXX>

Where XXX is the resolution:

Resolution with which a graphic is printed, specified in dots per inch, (dpi).

The graphic resolution controls the size of a graphic when it is printed. High resolutions produce small graphics while low resolutions produce large graphics.

If you choose default value 0, the original resolution of the imported graphic file is used.

Most printer drivers and printers support the following resolutions:

75 dpi

100 dpi

200 dpi

150 dpi

300 dpi

600 dpi

If you have imported it as std text I believe you've to re-imported it whit new resolution you need

Max

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Thanq very much. it is working

Former Member
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hi

good

you can do two things,

one- u wil b having size criteria and position also at the botton bottom u can do tat there

second- reduce the size of the image in paint brush than

try to use it in your form.

thanks

mrutyun