Have you considered doing a Flow that usines the 'Populate a Micrsoft Word template' instead of the HTML?
I'm not sure your situation but it is really easy to use and get the layout where you like it and I like it for displaying images directly in the document.
If not...you can show an image in your html. There is a video that Laura Rogers did that is using the pen input but she shows how to put a signature into HTML for an email. I prefer the other option in Flow but the way she does it works too. It is a different need than you have but the concept and how she does it will be the same. Let me know if you do that and can't find her video and I will see if I can relocate it.
I have done some research into the Azure Blog Storage and would like to try it soon but we don't have an account for that yet...we just use SharePoint and OneDrive for our storage so I will be no help on storage outside of those two options.
Hi @Jek ,
There is a hack through Flow to solve this issue.
Have a look at this blog by John Liu.
You can skip the first part of the blog where he dives into the code of diveren connectors to find the sollution. The 2nd part of the blog describeds the hack.
Basically the steps are:
Add the Flow to execute from within your app and make sure to provide the requested parameters (file name & file content). File name you need to generate yourself (for example GUID(). & ".jpg"). For the file content you can use the output of the Add Image control (appres://blobmanager/.... etc.).
Tried it out today. Works like a charm (allthough a little bit weird work around).
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