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Topic: Overlaying form with data from SQL Server
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 68733
From: weathem
Date: 7/16/2002 08:46 AM

We have a pretty complex form we need to populate from a SQL Server 7.0 database. We use IE 5.5 for our standard browser. We do programming in ASP and Javascript for our webpages.

There are 2 specific requirements, that I need to know if PDF can handle. We are under a tight deadline, and I can't afford to do more research into a dead end.

Any insight would be GREATLY appreciated.

1) Can we populate the form so it looks like someone circled a choice on the form? Like the letter A with a circle around it. The user wants to still be able to see the A.

2) Can we populate the form, and then let the user preview the results before printing.

Thanks!!

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