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|Subject: RTF - Header and borders - using iText 2.0.6.|
Subject: RTF - Header and borders - using iText 2.0.6. 2007-11-05 - By sanjay patel
I need to put a company logo in the header of an existing RTF document. There is
existing text on the right side of the header in the existing RTF document and I
need to put the logo on the left of the header i.e. image and text side by side.
Is this possible, using iText? I know the pdf stamper does it for pdf documents.
If this is not possible, then the other alternative for me is to create the RTF
document from scratch along with the logo.
I have gone through the various RTF examples on the site and I have also
through the archive mail listings. One option found there was to use the table
cells and put the image & text in various cells and put the table in header. In
this case, How do you switch off the display of table borders when this RTF
is viewed in MS Word? The various listings show the way to switch off the cell
borders from displaying, but the table borders still show up.
Is there any place on the site where the RTF examples have been posted in
just like the pdf? I have bought the Lowagies iText in action book, but that
not have any RTF examples.
Thanks for any info. I am still new to iText.
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