You are trying to add a logo to a report using Report Writer, but the logo is not appearing or it appears fuzzy.


Graphic logos should print similarly to how they would print from Paint. Microsoft Word is not an accurate comparison as it uses a different method for graphics and prints graphics better.

Here are the general rules for graphic logos:

1.Logos should be no larger than 32 KB.

2. Logos should be a bitmap. (Microsoft Dynamics GP should print the same as Paint).

3.If possible, use a postscript (pscript) or pcl6 printer driver to print graphics.

4.If using a pcl5 driver or a non-postscript inkjet driver, change the picture to 16 colors or black & white in Paint.

5.Bring the logo into Report Writer as the size needed or larger and then reduce the size as necessary in Report Writer.If the picture size is increased in Report Writer, the picture dots will only become enlarged and thus the clarity of the picture is compromised.

For the most part, Microsoft Dynamics GP prints like Paint. The exception is pictures with shading or lots of colors on pcl5 based or non-graphic print drivers. For some reason, shading and 256 colors aren't handled well with those drivers and the picture is changed to Black and White only. This causes the picture to appear blotchy and all the shading is lost.

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