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Topic: Clipping a page
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52286
From: Peacock
Date: 5/29/2002 04:51 PM

Could some one let me now the best way
to achecive the folowing steps by giving
sample code or Acrobat SDK APIS
to be used.

I am trying to perform the following
steps to Make a pdf page of one file as background
to all pdf pages of another file.

step 1.Combine all content streams
from the source page into a
single content stream

step 2. Write that stream out as a
form XObject into the new
document

step 3. Copy the resources dict from
the source page to the XObject

step 4. Loop through all pages of
the destination document,
adding a new content stream that renders
the XObject.

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