Steve - I must have missed the other forum. I have posted in that forum as well. If I get a response there that works, I will be sure to post it here as well. Thank you for your help.
Are you trying that your created text frame should overlap the bleed area you have set in the script. If this is so, you just have to make changes while setting the geometric bounds of the text frame as:
myTextFrame.geometricBounds = [-2, -2, 13, 10.5];
You can change the ruler measurement unit to inches by going to the Edit - Preferences - Units and Increment so that everything can be given in inches which you have done while setting the bleed area.
So now you have the page width and the bleed area that span 2 inches from the page on all side. The page width and height are 8.5 in and 11 in respectively. Keeping this in mind you just have to set geometric bounds as:
myTextFrame.geometricBounds = [-2(Bleed offset value), -2(Bleed offset value), 13(height of page + blead offset), 10.5(width of page + bleed offset value)];
Hope this answers what you are trying to do !
Rohit - Thank you for posting. I guess, I didn't explain correctly. I am really looking to move the text box outside of the page area so that the X-Coordinate would be -1.5161 and the Y-Coordinate would be .72 below the page all the time. Keep in mind that the script is going to be run on any page size, so it needs to reference the page height then +.72. I just haven't been able to make it work properly.
Any help would be great.
I was finally able to figure out that I should use the myDocument.documentPreferences.pageHeight property within my move statement. This will require the move to get the height of the document.
myTextFrame.move([-1.5161, myDocument.documentPreferences.pageHeight + .72]);