u mean, u want to update an existing PDF file? no, thats not
Mirza [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> hello again.
> thanks for the responses so far.
> let me change something from my prevoius post.
> let's say that i'm using an existing pdf form (i won't be creating a
> new one), is it still possible to use php to update a number that'll be
> printed on the pdf form each time it is accessed?
> again, thanks in advance.
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>>>> "Brian McGarvie" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> - 7/1/02 11:50
> Actually I just for a brilliant Free PDF library...
> Excellent tutorials/docs...
> Use PHP to dynamically generate your forms and include any info you
> wish from a database i.e. the ID and so on...
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Gregory Hernandez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: 01 July 2002 4:25 PM
>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Subject: [PHP] PHP and PDF
>> hello everyone--
>> i'd like to know if this can be solved with php.
>> i'll be creating a pdf form that'll be downloaded, filled and turned
>> the form must have a unique NUMBER printed on it each time it is
>> i'd like to use php to update this NUMBER (ie. counter + 1) each
>> the form is
>> accessed, and automatically print this NUMBER on the form that sits
>> the server.
>> is this possible?
>> thanks in advance.
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