^IM
^IM

^IM

The
^IM
command performs a direct move of an image from storage area into the bitmap. The command is identical to the
^XG
command (Recall Graphic), except there are no sizing parameters.

Image Move

Format:
^IMd:o.x
Parameters
Details
d =
location of stored object
Values:
R:
,
E:
,
B:
, and
A:
Default:
search priority
o =
object name
Values:
1
to
8
alphanumeric characters
Default:
if a name is not specified, UNKNOWN is used
x =
extension
Fixed Value:
.GRF
,
.PNG
Example:
This example moves the image
SAMPLE.GRF
from DRAM and prints it in several locations in its original size.
^XA ^FO100,100^IMR:SAMPLE.GRF^FS ^FO100,200^IMR:SAMPLE.GRF^FS ^FO100,300^IMR:SAMPLE.GRF^FS ^FO100,400^IMR:SAMPLE.GRF^FS ^FO100,500^IMR:SAMPLE.GRF^FS ^XZ
Comments:
By using the
^FO
command, the graphic image can be positioned anywhere on the label.
The difference between
^IM
and
^XG
:
^IM
does not have magnification, and therefore might require less formatting time. However, to take advantage of this, the image must be at a 8-, 16‑, or 32-bit boundary.