I know most people are using BookDesigner for creating their lrfs. But for those who delve more into the lrs file by hand I have attached a sample file that shows how to use graphics as dropcaps.
Someone asked on a thread a while ago on how to do this and I finally got round to working something up. (Unfortunately I can't find the original thread so I figure this is a good place for it).
I've tried to keep the lrs file tidy with indenting - if anyone knows the format for adding comments to an lrs file, please let me know.
The file contains the lrs file, the images used and the final lrf file. The lrs file should compile fine using lrs2lrf.
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