FaxMan Jr. Controls
ImportFiles Method
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pszOutFile

The <faxfile> string specifies the output filename. This filename can have any extension type, but FMF is recommended for those files which should be deleted when their corresponding log entry is deleted.

pszInFiles

The <importfiles> string can specify a single file or a list of files. Each file can represent many pages of fax data. Each file should be separated by a "+" sign, as in "c:\file1.tif+c:\test\file2.pcx+c:\ascii.txt"

FaxmanJr Object : ImportFiles Method

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Description

Converts the specified file(s) into FaxMan format. The input files may be in PCX, DCX, TIFF, BMP, PDF* or ASCII text format.

Syntax

Visual Basic
Public Sub ImportFiles( _
   ByVal pszOutFile As String, _
   ByVal pszInFiles As String _
) 

Parameters

pszOutFile

The <faxfile> string specifies the output filename. This filename can have any extension type, but FMF is recommended for those files which should be deleted when their corresponding log entry is deleted.

pszInFiles

The <importfiles> string can specify a single file or a list of files. Each file can represent many pages of fax data. Each file should be separated by a "+" sign, as in "c:\file1.tif+c:\test\file2.pcx+c:\ascii.txt"

Remarks

The following file types can be imported via this method:

 

Monochrome (1 bit only) TIFF, BMP, PCX, DCX, and FMF images. These images will be scaled to the proper width for faxing if they are greater than 1728 pixels wide. If they are less than 1728 pixels wide they will be padded with white space to 1728. Resolution of imported images is not altered.

 

ASCII Text files. FaxManJr imports such files using the default typeface at 10 pt. in height, bold Courier New type, 80 columns/line, 10 chars/inch, no margins defined, high resolution.

 

PDF

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