Drag and Drop > Four Step Named Button's Designer Objects onto the form placing above the Step Description Field, but below the 3D window from Left to Right. These preprogrammed buttons will interact with the 3D scene to change the Step Camera Views and the display of the Step Description text for each Step Name. If we had attached animation sequences to the Steps in 3D Toolkit, these buttons would also trigger the animations.
Shift Select all four Step Name buttons and Click on the Objects Tab > Select > Appearance Drop Down > Raised Border.
Drag and Drop > Step Metadata Designer Object onto the form placing the text field to the right of the Step Description Designer Object. Select the text "Step Metadata" and retype the metadata key which if you recall is "Facts:"
Use the handles on all the objects in the form to quickly resize the objects on the page and or click on the objects to move them into the final position.
Now we need to save this form as a PDF Template which the PDF Publishing Module will use during runtime to populate the 3D Scene and Step data.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.