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Topic: Scanned Pages & Tabbing Order
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 87026
From: rlblanke
Date: 5/3/2003 08:19 AM

I scanned several pages as PDF, and am in the process of creating form fields on them. I am having two problems:
1) Even though the pages are in one PDF file, I can't get the tabs order to go beyond one page at a time. For instance, tab22 at the bottom of the first page, and then tab23 should be at the top of the second page. However, at the top of the second page, I have to start over with the tab sequencing (tab1).
2) I think this is somehow related to the first problem. I want the fields on the first page to be filled with data from the "total" sections from the subsequent pages, but when I set the field as such, it doesn't recognize the fields from the other pages.
I hope this makes sense....can anyone offer any advice. PLEASE?


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