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Topic: Field Orientation
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 145227
From: dgrant22
Date: 1/18/2006 08:59 AM

I am trying to add a field to every page of PDF in a batch process. I want the orientation to be set as 90 degrees. The field gets added to the every page, however the orientation is only correct for the first instance of the field.

So I need 1 of 2 solutions.

(1) A way to reset the orientation on the fields of each page using Javascript.

(2) Or a way to rename the field on every page using Javascript. If I run the add form with a variable (i.e. FieldName+1) the fields get added with the proper orientation. So it's not pretty but that would solve my problem.



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