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How can I set the default opacity of a custom stamp in Acrobat X?

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I know how to make custom stamps in Acrobat X and even how to have a transparent background. What I don't know is how to set the default opacity of the stamp so that every time I place a specific stamp on the page, I don't have to go into the stamp's properties and change the opacity. I would like to able to set this for each stamp since there are some that I want to see through to the underlying page and some I don't.
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I am afraid it is not possible - mind you I would love to be proved wrong
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Darn.
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