Stamp Scripts — Dynamic and Dynamic Scripts — jpmacrobert.us Stamp scripts are created from a text string in either: Text fields on the PDF page, or within an Adobe PDF document, which allows one to change the content of the text in ways that are not possible in standard PDF editing. Stamped text files can only be created from the “Stamp text” menu. A text string can be the result of any combination of the following, as shown: Word document or word file. A word can have one or more fonts A Word file can have embedded images, or plain text; A word or word file can contain embedded images. A PDF file can have images; A PDF document can be embedded in one or more PDF files, such as Word or Excel worksheets or Presentation XML files. An Adobe PDF can have embedded images; An Adobe PDF document can contain embedded images, or plain text, which can contain multiple layers. Stamps are created through a text string within the Adobe PDF document from which additional information (as displayed by the PDF viewer) are derived. The script is written in PHP. The script is written using the PHP language for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Script Description (Stamped text) The script is divided into several sections. Most of these sections are just functions that do the following, either to manipulate some information contained in the stamped text or to process a new input. Print a page of a PDF with the stamp displayed on it using Acrobat. Stamp a Word document with a custom image Change the contents of Word document or word file using Acrobat Stamp a Word document or word file with several images on it Display a PDF document with the stamp displayed on it using Acrobat The following text string of text can be used to create a page, or a page, of a PDF. Some options can be set, so that the script prints a page of a PDF, or just the text string on the first page created by the script by default. The text for a page is created by modifying the “print_options” environment variable. If a page is generated by the script, the text can still be customized before the page is stored directly as an Adobe PDF by setting the “print_options” section, in the script.