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Below is a list of the most common customer questions. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Why isn't my PDF fillable?
Make sure that the security settings allow form filling. (See File > Properties > Security.) Sometimes form creators forget to convert their PDFs to interactive forms, or they intentionally design a form you can only fill in by hand. If you can't type in the form fields, then the fields are probably not interactive.
How do you convert a PDF to a fillable form?
Step 1: Load the PDF File. Open your pre-existing PDF form in PDFelement, or you can choose to open an existing form template. Step 2: Recognize Form Fields Automatically. Step 3: Fill and Save the Form.
Why can't I fill in a fillable PDF?
Make sure that the security settings allow form filling. (See File > Properties > Security.) Sometimes form creators forget to convert their PDFs to interactive forms, or they intentionally design a form you can only fill in by hand. If you can't type in the form fields, then the fields are probably not interactive.
How do I hide form fields in PDF?
You hide the field, by opening its property dialog, go to the General tab, and then change "visible" to "hidden" in the field property dropdown. That should do it. If you want to be double sure, make the field read-only as well.
How do I hide a fillable field in PDF?
You hide the field, by opening its property dialog, go to the General tab, and then change "visible" to "hidden" in the field property dropdown. That should do it. If you want to be double sure, make the field read-only as well. Hope this can help.
How do I unlink fields in PDF?
Select the form field and choose Forms > Edit Fields > Place Multiple Fields. Right-click/Control-click the form field and choose Create Multiple Copies.
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