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Re: latex foldmarks

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

Brett Neumeier wrote:
On Mon, 2007-06-04 at 14:06 +0100, Stroller wrote:
On 1 Jun 2007, at 21:27, Paul Wrightson wrote:
Has anyone fitted their latex templates with "fold marks"?

The best place for LaTeX help is comp.text.tex. I think that - due to
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).

You should be able to do this with the textpos package described at

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 ...



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