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Topic: orientation of signature field
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55126
From: stoddard
Date: 5/29/2002 05:10 PM

I have a problem with orientation of a signature on a .pdf form. The .pdf signature field is driven from a Visual Basic Application using a 'Topaz Systems Inc.' signature pad and plug-in.

Problem.. On some forms it works good. On other forms the signature field is placed horizontal on the form but the signature is displayed vertically in that horizontal field.

The difference between the two cases seems to be a /Rotate 90 command in the .pdf itself.

I don't create most of these forms so how can I change the /Rotate 90 to /Rotate 0 ???? And will this fix the problem or will it rotate the form so that my signature is horizontal but the form is verticall???

Don't seem to be able to do it with Pagemaker or Acrobat.

Thanks Stod

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