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Topic: Adjusting a pdf file through reader - can it be done?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 101513
From: Shoedoos
Date: 12/1/2003 09:59 AM

If I were to create a pdf file for printing by the client, can they make a text adjustment using the standard free-download Acrobat reder software?

Now a longer explanation: The client has asked me to create a "certificate of acknowledgement" which will be personalised for each individual who donates money to their organisation. They want to print the certificate off on their laser printer with each person's name on the certificate.

I was wondering if they could use the text tool to select and type over a "default name" on the certificate then print it out through Acrobat reader?

Any comments would be appreciated

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