Text as an image

Posted on 2000-02-02
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Last Modified: 2010-05-02
I am writing a fax application that requires a custom cover page to be generated at run time. The only way to do this is to make a tiff or pcx file containing the usual cover page information.  My question is how do i write text to an image file?
Question by:tylerd
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dosyl earned 210 total points
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I believe you have an imageControl or a PictureControl in your pgm. You write:
myImage.Print "HelloWorld"

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Glad to help you.

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