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Topic: Form creation from a scan
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 115149
From: mjktool
Date: 7/10/2004 12:20 AM

I'm trying to take a form I've scanned and make it into something that I can fill out using acrobat 6.0. I've tried the advanced editing stuff and have made text boxes that work but I can't make them uniform, I can only make them by draging out a rectangle for each field. This becomes and even bigger problem when I try and make check boxes because the squares look all different. When I copy and paste them they become linked together and i put info into 1 and it goes into all of them.

Please let me know if there's a simpler way to make uniform check boxes and text fields.

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