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Is it possible to read in a pdf file, change it and save it again.

i am receiving a PO in pdf format. I need to add our company logo and some text at the bottom and then save that PO again.

This is pretty urgent!!!

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maybe this will help you:
http://www.codeproject.com/showcase/TallComponents.asp
(you might have to buy some components for PDF manipulation)

(b.t.w - what is PO ? )
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Purchase Order
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That seems to be what I want

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your welcome.
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