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The AeB Pro eEnvelope System (APES)

LaTeX package that uses the concept of an eEnvelope to attached
files. The system uses any one of four provided eEnvelope templates,
or can use a custom designed template. The AeB Pro package is
required to attach documents to the eEnvelope. The AeB Pro, hence
eEnvelope, requires Acrobat Pro, version 7.0 or later, and requires
the document author to create PDF using distiller.

Be sure to get the latest aeb_pro.zip and acrotex.zip distributions
(in the latter case, all you need is acrotex_pack.zip) if you
already have installed the full distribution.

Unzip within the aeb_pro folder, and the zip file should create an
aebEvelope folder with the package files within. Refresh you file
name database, as needed, and read the documentation and try the examples,
apeb1.tex, ape2.tex, ape3.tex and ape4.tex.

Home page for this package is



Now, I must get back to my retirement.



Name Notes


Name Size Date Notes
ReadMe.txt 991 2007-05-17 01:00
aeb_en­ve­lope.dtx 10529 2007-05-17 01:00
aeb_en­ve­lope.ins 1925 2007-05-14 01:00
aeb_en­ve­lope.sty 5274 2007-05-17 01:00
en­ve­lope.cfg 81 2007-05-17 01:00
en­vex­ecjs.def 1480 2007-05-17 01:00

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aeben­ve­lope – The AeB Pro eEn­ve­lope Sys­tem

The pack­age uses the con­cept of an ‘eEn­ve­lope’ to di­rect the user’s at­ten­tion to at­tached files. The sys­tem may use any one of four pro­vided eEn­ve­lope tem­plates, or can use a cus­tom de­signed tem­plate. The AeB Pro pack­age is re­quired to at­tach doc­u­ments to the eEn­ve­lope. AeB Pro, and hence also eEn­ve­lope, re­quires Acro­bat Pro, ver­sion 7.0 or later, and re­quires the doc­u­ment au­thor to cre­ate PDF us­ing dis­tiller.

Pack­age De­tailsaeben­ve­lope
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Main­tainerD. P. Story
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