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Topic: How to create horizontal lines?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 151976
From: larryau101
Date: 7/12/2006 06:12 AM

Have done search on web but none fit what i need. I need to make very simple straight lines accross page in a few places down the page. They are to start from the left margin and continue to the right margin. My search only turned up result on how to create shapes, but I only need a simple stright line.

FOund somethine like this but does not work really it either puts line at top or bottom of page and is not full length.

pdf.line(220, _y - 70, 240, _y - 70).stroke

I dont get the cordinates thing. I need to beable to place my stright lines at certain places on the page.

Can anyone point me in right direction? thank

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