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Acrobat Pro 7.0 fillable forms HOW?

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Lady Maire

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Aloha from Hilo, HI. MY office recently installed Acrobat Pro 7.0 in order to make forms fillable by our field inspectors, so that they may do it on line and send it back to our office- however, I am trying to convert the forms to the fillable format in Adobe designer. There are plenty of places that tell me I CAN do this, but nowhere clearly tells me HOW. I have checked their website and no luck. Does anyone know where I can get a step by step set of directions that are understandable? I did not think I was computer illiterate, but this makes me feel pretty ignorant. I can't figure out how to only have the boxes where I want things to be filled in. Otherwise there are boxes around everything on the pages. mahalo nui loa!

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hofa@hawaiiorganicfarmers. org
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