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Topic: How to send form field to back of text
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 148631
From: Hazeldazel
Date: 4/11/2006 08:24 AM

Hope someone can help me with a project I'm working on, I'm new to working with Adobe and Javascript. I need to find out how to make the form field I am creating do one of two things:

1. the text within the form field needs to be see-through

OR

2. the form field (text box) should be in back of the document text

Basically, I'm trying to ensure that the text from the field doesn't obscure the underlying document text. I've searched everywhere. Can this be done? Unfortunately, we only have version 5 and version 6 to create/edit the files.

Thanks in advance!
Hazeldazel


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