Presentation data objects contain a single type of data
(such as GIF, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF images) and
can be used in your print jobs. These data objects can be placed directly
in a page or overlay or can be defined as resources and included in
pages or overlays. Using a data object as a resource is more efficient
when that object appears more than once in a print job; resources
are downloaded to the printer just once and referenced as needed.
Data objects can either be included inline with a print job or
installed in a resource library by using software such
as AFP Resource Installer.
If you install your data objects in a resource library, you can associate
color conversion CMRs with them. For more information,
see InfoPrint AFP Resource Installer.
See Resource library management for
more information about characteristics of resource libraries.