I research specification file with extension .FNT (4635, 4850, ...) and the
specification file with extension IMG
The format of IMG files is published. You used to be able to get the documentationQuote:>I research specification file with extension .FNT (4635, 4850, ...) and the
>specification file with extension IMG
Dunno about FNT files.
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Does anybody know of software which will let me create XEROX ".IMG" files on
an IBM compatible PC system?. I would be be interested in anything which let
me convert existing files (GIF JPG etc) or which would support direct scanning
from a TWAIN compat. scanner. I would also be interested in any info about
the file format, such as is it compressed or a straight bitmap?, are the 3.5
inch drives on XEROX printers IBM compatible or do they use some oddball
(I don't know the Xerox model number of the target printers, but they are BIG
commercial units at commercial mailing houses!)
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