The Jaws PDF Library is designed to provide PostScript Language to PDF and PDF to PostScript Language translation functionality embedded within a licensees product.
Written in C++, PDF Library is a library of routines for Win32 (Intel), Linux (Intel) and Sun Solaris (Sparc) that accepts PostScript language file input, or a location for a PDF file, and converts the input into either a PDF file or a PostScript language file. Configuration of many aspects of PostScript language file and PDF output is also possible.
The basic 14 fonts are built into PDF Library as a ROM file system and other fonts can be added using the described font functions. Such added fonts will be stored as references or stubs on the hard disk in an OEM-defined location. The resource definitions and library PostScript language code are also built-in as a ROM file system but may be replaced by files stored on disk. This gives OEMs the flexibility to redefine any of the procedures or definitions as necessary.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.