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PDF:API2 can't locate object method "cropbox"

Posted on 2009-04-16
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am using PDF::API2
to generate PDF's out of my images. In the docs it mentions the cropbox function
    $pdf = PDF::API2->new;

However when I try to use it I get
Can't locate object method "cropbox" via package "PDF::API2::Lite"
any ideas?
Question by:NewtonianB
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Kim Ryan earned 2000 total points
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Does your code start with this?
use PDF::API2;

It seems to be looking for use PDF::API2::Lite package which does not have the crop function. Do yo know if you installed PDF::API2  or PDF::API2::Lite ?

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