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Topic: Help with creating a form
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 132551
From: squirtle98
Date: 5/12/2005 01:10 AM

Hi- I am creating a contract in Word, and I would like to convert it into PDF and add text fields and drop down fields and such. I have two questions...
1. Is there a way to make a text field continue onto the following line? Like if the field will contain the buyer's name, and I need it to continue from line one onto line two in case thier name is long?
2. Is there a way to make the text fields adjustable? Like if the word is shorter, the text field prints out smaller and pulls the text over instead of leaving a big gap?


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