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Topic: Create a Template
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 114896
From: Jagatia
Date: 7/7/2004 12:50 AM

I have a template of a certificate that was used by my printer to print out a number of blank certificate with company details like logos and signatures.

Could I continue to use the same template where I will set up text boxes within the document and a print button to print the certificate. My main question is that I want to still have the company logo and other preprinted info to remain on screen but when it comes to print I only want it to print what is inputed in the text boxes.

Secondly I want to create all this in Adobe 6 Pro but my user will be using Adobe Reader 5.

Is this possible or is it going over peoples heads.


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