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Topic: Dynamically Set Page numbers
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 132157
From: mamarsha
Date: 5/4/2005 01:11 AM

I utilize a Command Line Utility that concatenates multiple PDF files together into one PDF document. I use PDCAT.exe from pdf-tools.com. First off, their set of Command Line Tools work great.

Here is my question. After I have created this "concatenated" document, I would like to add a page number to each of the pages within the document dynamically. Is there an easy way to accomplish this by a script of some sort? Any help in the right direction will be much appreciated. These documents are created from our Intranet site which runs under IIS.

In Brief: Is there a way to dynamically add a page number to a PDF document on the fly?

Please let me know if you need any more information.


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