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I hope someone has an answer for me on this one:

I have had a PDF form with blanks for me to fill in information which was emailed to me.

I am unable to insert ANY info on any of the lines.
What free down loadable SAFE program for a Windows 2007 can I safely use?
Also I need to be able to do 30 individual pages of the same form,
Most of the info I need to enter is the same for all of the forms but some lines need different info.

I need to be able to enter all the info/ Copy it into a file/ and return back and change the few lines on the next form,copy into and file with the prior one and continue.

Is this an impossible task ???????????????????
I went to a well known print shop and they said it would cost me $80.00
to "picure shop" it and after seeing them send it out 2 times and having it come back with errors, missing lines screwed up fonts I refused the order.

I can not believe this is so difficult to do.
The company sending me the form via email has no answeres for this problem. I am trying to avoid handwriting each form, scanning them all and submitting them.

I did that last year after whiting out dates and times and such. HATED IT !

Anyone out there who can help me??????????????????????

: :)

Edited by acweyer, 31 December 2009 - 09:42 PM.

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Have you tried copying and pasting to Microsoft Word? That usually works :)
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You might be looking for something like PDF Xchange viewer
It is 1 of the replacements for adobe reader.
I use it to make additions to my service manuals. I have used it to fill in forms.
You can mark out items, highlight, etc.
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