Headed Paper behind word document in PDF
Posted on 2005-04-21
Basically the situation is as follows:
We have been asked to email digital copies of documents we would normally post to clients overseas as they will recieve them instantly rather than waiting a week or so for the documents to be flown over... however we would like them to appear exactly as they would if we really posted them by having the headed paper behind the word document...
The way we currently print documents (as i'm sure most places are) is to write the document in word and press print... the actual headed paper is already in the printer... so when we create our PDF files, we get exactly what we would see on the screen... what i'd like to do now is put the headed paper over the top of every page in the PDF document... do you see where i'm coming from?
Our headed paper consists of a colour block which must touch corner to corner when viewed in the pdf reader... and it also goes right up to the top of page... basically imagine a big solid block without any margins at the top of the page, touching the top, and both sides without any margins... the footer is basically a line of centred text.
I do have the source file for our headed paper in publisher, pdf & psd format... and i also own copies of acrobat 7.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.