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Click Overlay Pages to overlay document pages:
Figure 1. Document Tab Submenu, Overlay Pages
The Overlay Pages dialog box will open:
Figure 2. Overlay Pages Dialog Box
•Use the File dropdown menu to select a file to use as an overlay on the document.
•Use the Pages option to determine the pages used from the source document. Click All to use all pages, or Custom to specify a custom page range.
•Use the Import Options to determine import options for the overlay:
•Click Do not Create a New Layer to not add the overlay as a new layer in the document.
•Click Create New Layer to create a new layer for the overlay. Enter a name for the new layer in the text box and click Properties to determine layer properties, as detailed below.
•Click Add to Existing Layer to add the overlay to an existing layer, then selected the desired layer from the dropdown menu.
•Click Copy Corresponding Layers from Source to copy corresponding layers from the overlay document into the current document.
•Click Copy Structure of Corresponding Layers From Source to copy the layer structure from the overlay document into the current document.
•Use the Destination Page Range options to determine the page range into which the overlay is imported:
•Use the Pages option to determine the pages used from the overlay. Click All to use all pages, or Custom to specify a custom page range.
•Use the Repeat Source dropdown menu to determine repeat options for the overlay in cases where it contains fewer pages than the current document:
•Select No to disable the repeating of the overlay pages from the source document in the current document.
•Select Last selected page to repeat the last selected page of the overlay in the source document.
•Select Continuously repeat selected pages to repeat the overlay pages until they fill the current document.
•Use the Appearance options to determine the appearance of the overlay:
•Select an option in the Rotation dropdown menu to determine the rotation of the overlay.
•Select an option in the Opacity dropdown menu to determine the opacity of the overlay.
•Select an option in the Scale dropdown menu to determine the scaling of the overlay.
•Use the Placement Options to determine the placement of the overlay:
•Use the Horizontal Offset number box to determine the horizontal offset the overlay. Use the adjacent dropdown to determine the location from which the offset is made.
•Use the Vertical Offset number box to determine the vertical offset of the overlay. Use the adjacent dropdown to determine the location from which the offset is made.
•Use the Units dropdown menu to specify the units of measurement for offsets.
•Select the As Background box to import the overlay as a background.
Click OK to overlay the document.
Figure 3. Add New Layer Dialog Box
•Select/clear the is ON box to set the default state of the layer to on/off.
•Select/clear the Is Locked box to disable/enable subsequent users from changing the state of the layer.
•Use the Object Visibility Options dropdown menus to determine the visibility of the layer when the documents that contains it are viewed/printed/exported.
•Select the Show when system language matches box to show the layer when the application language matches a given language, then select the desired language in the adjacent dropdown menu.
•Select the Use partial language match to display the layer when there is a partial language match with the language specified. A partial language match occurs when the region of the language is the same as in the language specified but the locale is different. For example, if US English is specified in the Show when system language matches dropdown menu and the Use partial language match box is selected, then the layer will be displayed when the application language is identified as US English, United Kingdom English, South African English and all other derivatives of English listed in the dropdown menu.
•Select the Show on Zoom box to display the layer when the zoom function is used. Use the adjacent number boxes to specify the minimum and maximum levels of zoom at which the layer is displayed.
•Select the Add to a Layer Radio Button Group to add the layer to a Layer Radio Button Group. Layers contained in a radio button group are mutually exclusive - if one layer is enabled then the rest are disabled.
Click OK to save changes.