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Generate Copyright from FM File Info to Acrobat

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Jul 30, 2015

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Author, Title, Subject, and Keywords from FrameMaker's File Info are automatically generated into the Acrobat Properties when you create a PDF. We would like to generate the Copyright information as well to avoid having to enter it manually into Additional Metadata each time. Does anyone know a setting or a hack that will accomplish this?

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Generate Copyright from FM File Info to Acrobat

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Author, Title, Subject, and Keywords from FrameMaker's File Info are automatically generated into the Acrobat Properties when you create a PDF. We would like to generate the Copyright information as well to avoid having to enter it manually into Additional Metadata each time. Does anyone know a setting or a hack that will accomplish this?

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re: We would like to generate the Copyright information ...

I only have FM7 on hand to test, but I can set that in the Copyright pane of File > File Info, and it is definitely passed into the PDF via the:
Savs-as-PDF (with the Distiller printer model configured), and
Print-to-Ps and Distill path.
It appears in the PDF under Acrobat Reader DC via File > Properties /Custom\

It does not appear to appear in Print-to-PDF.

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You can do it with a PostScript text frame:

1. Create a file, possibly named PDFMark.fm, and place it as the first

file in your book. Alternately, you can draw a text frame in the margin

on the first page of your book.

2. Place the following text in the text frame:

/pdfmark where {userdict /pdfmark /cleartomark load put} ifelse

/Copyright ((C) 2015 Author Name. All rights reserved.)

/DOCINFO pdfmark

3. Now Ctrl+click to select the text frame and then right-click. Choose

Object Properties.

4. In the Object Properties dialog, select the PostScript Code checkbox.

Click Set. This will load the copyright info into the PDF when you

create it.

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