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    Question Can I fill in the blanks of PDF file using acrobat?

    I need to fill some online documents out. When I open the file online acrobat reader starts and opens the PDF file. I am trying to figure out how to fill in the spaces on the pc and then print it all out.

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    Re: Can I fill in the blanks of PDF file using acrobat?

    Originally posted by Hybrid93Hatch
    I need to fill some online documents out. When I open the file online acrobat reader starts and opens the PDF file. I am trying to figure out how to fill in the spaces on the pc and then print it all out.

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    you need pagemaker to modify .pdf files. i'm sure your favorite warez site will have it.
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    Re: Re: Can I fill in the blanks of PDF file using acrobat?

    Originally posted by raprazant
    you need pagemaker to modify .pdf files. i'm sure your favorite warez site will have it.
    What exactly is a "warez" site?
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    Re: Re: Re: Can I fill in the blanks of PDF file using acrobat?

    Originally posted by Hybrid93Hatch
    What exactly is a "warez" site?
    warez = illegally begotten software
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Can I fill in the blanks of PDF file using acrobat?

    Originally posted by raprazant
    warez = illegally begotten software
    Ok, nevermind that route. I'll just print them tommorrow and fill in by hand. Acrobat sucks ass!
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    sorry to bump an old thread but I need to do the same thing. Is there a way to do this better? pretty sure I saw something about it on one of those life hack threads.
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