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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154811
From: URTOAST
Date: 9/30/2006 05:28 AM

I am curently trying to blend three permit applications Plumbing, Electrical, and mechanical into one PDF form that has perminate text in it, and input fields.... I have this sorted out!

What I cant seam to figure is on page 1 of the permit application the local town asks for the service address, then they ask for the very same thing on each permit, so page two (Electrical) and page three (Mechanical) all ask the same info.... right now my permit person has to fill in each one of these fields three times....

Is there a way to auto fill some fields on page two and three from info that is input into page one? Or link the fields some how?

Thanks in advance for all of your help!

Brian


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