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Topic: Scanning Documents & Tab Order
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 87094
From: rlblanke
Date: 5/6/2003 06:56 AM

This is my second attempt to post this question.

I am having a problem with a scanned 3-page document. I am adding form fields to the document; however, the fields on Page 1 are not being recognized by the fields on the subsequent pages. For example, the fields on Pages 2 & 3, once completed, need to automatically update the field on Page 1, but as I said, when I set this up, I get an error message. Also, when I go to set the tab order, when I get to Page 2, the tab order begins at #1 again instead of sequencing with the next number from Page 1. Are these two problems related? Is there a fix for this?

I would greatly appreciate any help!
Rick


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