Question about Adobe Acrobat 6.0 for PC
I cannot fill in fields in a job application in Adobe Acrobat 4. The on line help method will not work. Dose Adobe Acrobat work or is it a subtle method of frustrating its user? I find it about as user friendly as developing an affectionate relationship with aporcupine! Help! Bill
Most Acrobat forms (your job application for example) are designed to be printed out and the fields filled in by hand. If you create a new form, based on the job application that you've downloaded, you may be able to type in your information in the fields, but it will depend on the security level of the PDF that was created originally. It sounds like the person who designed the form didn't set it up to accept input, merely to be printed out and filled out manually using the first handheld computer: a pencil.
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