pst-abspos – Put objects at an absolute position
The (PSTricks-related) package provides a command \pstPutAbs(x,y) to put an object at an arbitrary absolute (or even a relative) position on the page.
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|Contained in||TeX Live as pst-abspos|
MiKTeX as pst-abspos
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