[OS X TeX] [includepdf, PDFpen] imprints don't work

Alan Munn amunn at msu.edu
Fri Mar 6 22:56:22 CET 2009


At 9:37 PM +0100 3/6/09, RA Friedrich Vosberg wrote:
>On 06.03.2009, at 20.06, Alan Munn wrote:
>
>>See the following thread for more details.
>>
>><http://groups.google.com/group/comp.text.tex/browse_thread/thread/2f5b5e1ae7e9dc80?q=pdfpages+annotation#573f042458c4abb4>
>
>Hmm. Unfortunately pax doesn't work for me:
>
>albook:ESt 2004-2006 rafv$ java -jar pax.jar Gg-006cp.pdf
>Unable to access jarfile pax.jar

Yes, it took me a little bit of work to get it working, although I 
finally did.  But I suspect it won't work for you anyway even if you 
could get the package to work.

>
>>I ended up using Acrobat to build the PDF for my situation.
>
>I am very comfortable with PDFpen and it's service crew. But for my 
>situation I do need an approach with pdfpages. Because the count of 
>pages of the entire document must be printed in the document.

But this can be done with Acrobat, at least.

Alan

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