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Topic: how do I convert an existing PDF so it can be edited?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154979
From: jfioravanti
Date: 10/7/2006 01:30 AM

Good Day All,

I have a PDF of a credit card application, which we created, for a credit union. The credit union would like to be able to just edit the PDF for all of the applicants information rather than writing the information on the application. My question is, can I change the existing document so the required fields can be edited? Is this even possible or do I have to start from scratch in Adobe? (I certainly hope not, as I am not familiar with creating such a document from scratch)

Any thoughts on how to do this with the least amount of pain and suffering is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Regards,
Jeff



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