Editing forms


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Editing forms

You think you're finished with the form, and you know what happens, either you change your mind or your boss asks you to make a change or your client wants to make a change, you actually don't have to start over. I want you to think of form fields as floating on a separate layer up above the underlying artwork. Think of that artwork is sort of a substrate. Let's see how many form fields we have in this document. It wouldn't be any fun to start over and have to re-create them, and the good news is that if you need to change that underlying artwork, you don't have to start over and re-create them. Think of it like sliding in new artwork under those floating fields.

So I want to replace this artwork with another pdf. I go to the Pages tab, see my Page Thumbnails and this little icon gives you the Options dealing with pages. Click that little icon and choose Replace Pages, and then let me find my replacement file. There's my ReplacementPage, select that, I want to replace...

Editing forms
Video duration: 5m 12s 2h 27m Intermediate

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Editing forms provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Acrobat X: Creating Forms

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Business
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Acrobat
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