Peter Brigham MD pmbrig at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 16:55:16 EST 2010

Oh, right. Sorry, I guess I spoke too soon. I haven't actually  
imported pdf's as images, I always saved the pdf as an image first  
then imported that. I have a bunch of forms that I fill in that way  
and I've always been able to set everything up for the user first --  
I've never tried to do it "on the fly." Sorry to mislead you....

-- Peter

Peter M. Brigham
pmbrig at gmail.com

On Dec 6, 2010, at 4:41 PM, Richmond wrote:

> On 12/06/2010 11:35 PM, Peter Brigham MD wrote:
>> If you only want to fill in the stamp and then print the result,  
>> what I do is import the pdf as an image,
> Wow! Hold it right there! My original 'seed' for this thread was a  
> question as to how one
> could import a PDF as an IMAGE . . .
> . . . Please tell all . . . :)
>> overlay fields wherever I need them, then fill them in by script,  
>> and print the result. If you want to export it instead of printing  
>> it, you could take a snapshot of the result and export that as jpg  
>> or, I guess, as a pdf file, though I'm not sure about the latter,  
>> maybe use the pdfLib for that.
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