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Perl PDF modules - help please

Hi all.

I'm trying to write a script which will insert text into a PDF template 
file and output a new PDF file.

I can do this with PDF:Reuse - but I have to specify the co-ordinates 
for where the text should appear.  What I want, instead, is to be able 
to replace "place-holders" in the template file with the text.

Can any one suggest a Perl PDF module which will help with this?  Or any 
other way of doing it?

-- 
Best wishes,

Geoff Wilkins
GeoffW@wordsmith.demon.co.uk
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Geoff Wilkins wrote:
> I'm trying to write a script which will insert text into a PDF template 
> file and output a new PDF file.
> 
> I can do this with PDF:Reuse - but I have to specify the co-ordinates 
> for where the text should appear.  What I want, instead, is to be able 
> to replace "place-holders" in the template file with the text.
> 
> Can any one suggest a Perl PDF module which will help with this?  Or any 
> other way of doing it?

You could define your place-holders as form fields and use either 
Adobe's FDF toolkit or PDF::FDF::Simple to generate the data to plug 
into them.
http://search.cpan.org/~schwigon/PDF-FDF-Simple-0.03/lib/PDF/FDF/Simple.pod

I haven't done this, I just have a vague understanding of how PDF and 
FDF work together.  Perhaps Adobe's Perl toolkit, documentation, 
tutorial on FDF can help, they are on this page (and requires a free 
registration to download it):
http://partners.adobe.com/asn/acrobat/forms.jsp

Good luck,
Bill K.
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bill152 (501)
8/11/2004 5:32:32 PM
Thanks for your help, Bill - and I'm happy to have given the rest of you 
something to occupy your time with. Bye for now.

In message <cfdl7i01nvu@enews2.newsguy.com>, Bill Karwin 
<bill@karwin.com> writes
>Geoff Wilkins wrote:
>> I'm trying to write a script which will insert text into a PDF 
>>template  file and output a new PDF file.
>>  I can do this with PDF:Reuse - but I have to specify the 
>>co-ordinates for where the text should appear.  What I want, instead, 
>>is to be able  to replace "place-holders" in the template file with 
>>the text.
>>  Can any one suggest a Perl PDF module which will help with this?  Or 
>>any  other way of doing it?
>
>You could define your place-holders as form fields and use either 
>Adobe's FDF toolkit or PDF::FDF::Simple to generate the data to plug 
>into them.
>http://search.cpan.org/~schwigon/PDF-FDF-Simple-0.03/lib/PDF/FDF/Simple.pod
>
>I haven't done this, I just have a vague understanding of how PDF and 
>FDF work together.  Perhaps Adobe's Perl toolkit, documentation, 
>tutorial on FDF can help, they are on this page (and requires a free 
>registration to download it):
>http://partners.adobe.com/asn/acrobat/forms.jsp
>
>Good luck,
>Bill K.

-- 
Best wishes,

Geoff Wilkins
GeoffW@wordsmith.demon.co.uk
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GeoffW (2)
8/12/2004 5:28:44 AM
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