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Topic: Invisibility issue
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154710
From: Webfly
Date: 9/28/2006 05:43 AM

My boss has agreed to let me create forms in Acrobat 7 Pro rather than the LifeCycle Designer program within Acrobat (Yea!!!). I have converted a form we were using from an MS Word document (had to be filled in by hand on hardcopy), and made text fields as needed. Almost everything is just as she asked for, except one thing: the footer from the Word doc is doing something I don't know how to fix. On the Word doc, our footer has our address, phone number and website address within a rectangle that fits across the bottom of the page. In my PDF, I have the rectangle and an invisible hyperlink which brings up our website in a new window. If I right click, the menu offers to lookup our city and state, so I know that's there too, just also invisible. The boss wants the hyperlink removed, and the rest visible. How do I do this? Help!!!!


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