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Programatically editing a PDF on a web server

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We have a need to edit PDF documents on a web server by adding Images & text & then saving the document so it can be later downloaded & printed.

See the sample URL for an example of a pdf document (the image is a jpg in this example)

Is there a way to manipulate a pdf from php or any other web server language?
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hi rkorts,

certainly from PHP you can.

May i suggest:
http://www.fpdf.org/

or alternatively:
http://www.digitaljunkies.ca/dompdf/

You should be able to find tutorials on their respective sites which gives a simple illustration of how to manipulate pdf files.
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by:Richard Korts
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To nizsmo:

Thanks. fpdf.org look like just the ticket!
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rkorts:

glad i can help! goodluck!
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