'Plugins' act on 'fields' to modify documents. 'Fields' are defined in a document using EscapeE, see Defining fields and tags. Setting up a field to use a plugin is done via the Action page of the 'Field' dialog.
|1.||Select Edit... from the 'Fields' menu (ctrl + d) and click the field you wish to edit from the field name list.|
Right-click on a field on the page and select Edit field...
|3.||Select one of the options from the drop-down Call Plugin list. The list contains the names of the plugin installed on your system.|
|o||To add the feature to the 'back' of the target page rather than the 'front', tick On the back. This forces duplex printing even on simplex jobs (long-edge binding if portrait and short-edge binding if landscape).|
|o||These plugin display an additional configuration dialog – see specific topics for details:|
|5.||Click OK to close the Fields dialog.|
Once a field has been configured, you may re-open and edit the Configuration dialog from the right-click pop-up menu option Configure field...
There is a button on the EscapeE toolbar which allows Plugins to be enabled or disabled.
Tip: If a plugin attempts to modify a PDF document that is marked as not editable then the corresponding field is disabled and a warning given.