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Topic: PDF templates
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 116229
From: Brian_Mc
Date: 7/28/2004 01:22 AM


Hi, new guy here :) I'm doing some research inregards to pdf generation from our business program for proposal/billing generator with our corporate look.

At this point my only reference for concept is based on how MS Word allows you to create graphical footers/headers that populate each page when printed to.

What we are looking to do is very similar but with the end result being in a pdf format.

We aren't looking to include another program in the process in order to reduce mistakes etc so ultimately it would be directly from business program to pdf with corporate graphics in the header and footer of every page.

I'm sure this is possible in acrobat, but how does one go about doing it and which of the adobe programs is best suited to do so? Remeber, the key is to have a template in place that simply recieves the information and populates templated pages to a pdf end result.

Thanks in advance

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