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Combining Text with Images

Many companies use system printers to generate memos, reports, invoices, and listings. This output often consists of text combined with simple charts or diagrams that include limited graphics.

In systems with Advanced Function Presentation(TM) programs installed, IBM(R) advanced function printers can print illustrations in your documents. For example, the program can combine business graphs and drawings with text for use in manuals and reports.

Figure 6 shows how images can include line drawings, graphics, designs, special symbols, and company logos. You can print them alone or with text, and you can print more than one image on a single page.

Figure 6. Combined images and text
Combined images and text