# Re: latex foldmarks

• Subject: Re: latex foldmarks
• From: Paul Wrightson <..hidden..>
• Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2007 13:56:35 -0500

```Thanks for the offer, Brett.
I am actually using the standard Default-invoice.tex.
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I think this package might be what I need to get the "Bill to" address to align with the envelope window, too.
```Paul

Brett Neumeier wrote:
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```On Mon, 2007-06-04 at 14:06 +0100, Stroller wrote:
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```On 1 Jun 2007, at 21:27, Paul Wrightson wrote:
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```Has anyone fitted their latex templates with "fold marks"?
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```The best place for LaTeX help is comp.text.tex. I think that - due to
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the way LaTeX parses documents and flows them to accomodate typography - doing this may be non-obvious (but perhaps not too hard with the right package).
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You should be able to do this with the textpos package described at
http://nxg.me.uk/dist/textpos/

The whole point of this package is to be able to typeset elements at
absolute positions on a page.  You should be able to use \rule commands
to draw lines, in absolute-positioned locations using textpos.

If you can send me a LaTeX file and tell me where you'd like the fold
marks to be, I can have a go at modifying the file to use textpos this
way.  Then modifying the source template should be reasonably
straightforward ...

Cheers,

bn

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