Oh ok, thank you a lot! I was interpreting the two "bookmark-like image" and "base64 code" facts as independent properties, not correlated to each other necessarily, I tought to create an image in word first and fill it is best practice, but the statement I mentioned was also telling that pure base64 is also working.
Thanks for clarifying that!
Do you know if there are any other possibilities or workarounds to achieve the goal I am aiming for (inserting images without the need to "position" them in the template before) through jsreport? Maybe through helper scripts or something? I don't need a full solution, some buzzwords to google for would be fine.
Currently I am thinking about doing some PHP-Work, inserting "word-code for images" into a template-copy before sending it to jsreport, but a "purer" solution would be nice of course.
Thanks again, have a nice day and stay healthy!