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Topic: problem in reducing the fontsize of a particular textfield
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 157132
From: angelshroff
Date: 12/24/2006 06:46 PM


I am working as a .net developer. presently now i am working with PDF forms.
I have some pdf forms which needs to be filled with data. While filling the data through .net for one particular field the font size is more compare to other fields.
I tried to reduce the font size but the size is not getting reduced.

When I am opening the form in designer the it is showing the font size as 9.1.
But when displaying the font size is 12.

If anybody is having a solution plz let me know. This is my work related issue.
How can I reduce the fontsize?

Thanks and Regards

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