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Topic: Using to add a comment (sticky note)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 120311
From: joncook
Date: 10/15/2004 02:06 AM

I am using code directly out of the example to create a "fancy note", but when I use it in the Prologue, it places the comment to an extra page at the beginning of the document. How do I make the "fancy note" show on the first page of the actual document and not insert a page first? This same Prologue code will need to work with different sizes of documents, anywhere from 2X3 inches to 8.5X11 and I would like to have the sticky positioned at the lower Left-Hand corner of the documents. Am I trying to do too much? Additional question is how to make the note size smaller through For example, I have *tweaked* the numbers in this statement "/Rect [ 10 200 50 50 ]" and can position it in different locations, but not change the size of the sticky.

Sigh...seems to always be a learning curve with new things...
Thank you for your guidance.

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