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Topic: Similar to mail merge (I think)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 148849
From: GSimpson
Date: 4/18/2006 05:57 PM

Greetings,

Thank you to the forum for providing an excellent resource.

I have a hopefully simple question, which I would like to thank everyone in advance for any help/advice that can be offered. We have a PDF document (help file and tutorial as the content) that we would like to dynamically populate with text depending on a resource bundle file. About 90% of this PDF document would remain static, but a small percent would be taken from another document (if this is the way it would be done) referenced from the PDF. So we would only have to change this smaller document each time we generate and deploy to another client. Is there any plug-in or application that can assist in this process?

TIA,

George


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