If you have an image file that you want to use as an overlay, the first thing you have to do is print it using the RPCS driver and print to an overlay file...under job type...then you can call it from the RPCS driver and add it to the document in question. It's great for logo's, even generic letter head.
There is a compant called FABSOFT, that is a RICOH partner for software. I have this on some equipment in a court reporters company. They push serious volume and needed to have a form overlay. We are using this on 2 60's running tandem and a 35. There are some glitches and os problems. I think that it doesn't work on NT or 2000, or something like that. My IT guy knows this stuff, if you are still looking into it, I will find out for you.
Horror Story: Just a side note, I tried using this at a church where i placed a 60 and a 3800 where they were using propietary software called ACS. They wanted to be able to use variable data printing by merging their mail list from ACS onto their bulleting which was changed to a form. It is still not working, and my techs are stuck.
The RPCS seems like an easier solution if that will accomodate your situation.
There is a software called PlanetPress which holds an image on the mfp hdd which the variable data is then placed on for priting. It is posctscript driven and works great for invoices, bulletins anything varable data driven...
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