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Okay guys, i have this application for funding, in adobe acrobat.. but i don't want to print it out, and write on it... it just looks scruffy, is there any way that i can type it in, and then print it out? Is there a program i can get for that or is there a way to do it in word..?? .. oh and. lol i don't wanna use a type writer.!
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you can buy the acrobat writer, they give out the reader free as you prolly already know, but they charge ya on the writer, you should be able to write on it with that. Dunno how expensive it is though.
Might be too obvious, sometimes it isn't offered but on a lot of .pdf's there is a little icon on your toolbar that looks like an text edit icon.
Then you just click on the box and type in what you need you can print it and the text will be printed as well. I did it with my passport form. I didn't have to put in anything by hand. Except for my signature.
I would have replied sooner, but I was distracted by your signature. hrm..
Now The Text That I Put In Won't Print Out, What The Hell Is Going On
Probably because you downloaded a trial version of acrobat. They probably disabled the print function. Try saving the modified PDF, opening it in the free version of acrobat, then printing it out. Might not work, but it's worth a try.