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Open the PDF form. Right-click on the form field > click on Properties > click General. Select Required. Click on Actions. Under Select Trigger, select On Blur. Select Run a JavaScript under Select Action. Insert the following text:
To edit a single form field, double-click it or right-click it and choose Properties. To edit multiple form fields, select the fields that you want to edit, right-click one of the selected fields, and choose Properties.
Open "Text Field Properties" dialog for the field and select the "Options" tab. Check the "Allow Rich Text Formatting" option and press "Close" button to apply changes. Make sure to use "File > Save" menu to save changes into the file.
In the Outlook Options dialog box, select Mail. In the Compose messages section, select the Compose messages in this format dropdown arrow and select either HTML, Plain Text, or Rich Text. Select OK to close the Outlook Options dialog box. Your new default format is set.
Right-click the rich text box for which you want to enable or disable full rich-text formatting, and then click Rich Text Box Properties on the shortcut menu. Click the Display tab. To enable full rich-text formatting for the selected rich text box, select the Full rich text (images, tables, etc.)
Rich Text Format document RTF is a text file format used by Microsoft products, such as Word and Office. RTF, or Rich Text Format, files were developed by Microsoft in 1987 for use in their products and for cross-platform document interchange. RTF is readable by most word processors.
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.
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