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Thanks for your answer, Vadim!

I owe the full Acrobat program but for speed and portability reasons would prefer a pure Perl solution.

pdflib is not under GNU, the other CPAN modules are as far as I've found more suited for PDF creation. I'd love to see PDF.pm corrected therefore. Let's see what the author says.

Best wishes,
Axel.

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