[pstricks] about pst-abspos

na199 at gmx.de na199 at gmx.de
Sun Nov 26 11:58:31 CET 2006

A pstricks-problem? Under circumstances, maybe. 

A useful start would  be to redefine the header command (e.g. myheadings) in 
the used cls- or clo-file. The use of \rput might be the only relation to 
pstricks. The switch is done then e.g. with \pagestyle{myheadings}.


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> Hi all
> is there any way (using pst-abspos for example) to define a commande \everypage (as \everypar ) that put a text or any other object at a given position at every page of the document.
> Thanks a lot for your help
> Amicalement
> Azzam HASSAN
> tel : 06 63 82 97 09
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