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Topic: Multi-page PDF with varying page size
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 114234
From: sjaeger
Date: 6/26/2004 04:22 AM

I am attempting to create a multiple page PDF file using ActivePDF Toolkit that is a combination of varying sized PDF files stitched (or merged?) together. I am having a problem where the pages are all coming back as the same size, instead of what they "should" be.

Here is what I am doing:
I take an existing PDF file and add a customized logo programatically and save the new file. I do this six times with different files, each time adding a logo and saving the new file. I then open a new output file and stitch each newly created PDF file to a new page setting the OutputPageHeight and OutputPageWidth for each page. In the end, all I get is a 6 page PDF file where each page is the same size.

Am I doing this wrong? Is there another method besides StitchPDF that can accomplish this?

Steve Jaeger

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