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You can use the freeware Briss. I've tried it and it works fine. You can read more details here. Unpack the zip file, run briss-0.9.exe and load your PDF file. The program show 2 template pages, representing odd pages and even pages. Draw 2 blue rectangles (1 and 2) in odd pages (usually occupying the entire page). Do the same in even pages. The ...
I've solved this, by luck or judgement, by re-installing Illustrator. I don't know why this would fix it but I made sure I removed the preferences also for that application and all seems well upon re-install. Hopefully this helps someone.
You can't do what you want. Acrobat forms can not "continue" text into another input area or line. So your input area needs to encompass the entire area for input and it must be rectangular. You are better off creating header text for text areas rather than lines of text. This is merely due to how Acrobat forms work. They can't read the partial lines and ...
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