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  1. Allow rounded corners for image fields

    Currently image fields that users can upload images to are always rectangular. For aesthetic reasons this is not always desirable. For example, in some designs boxes with rounded corners or circles would work better. An option to add a corner radius to the field would improve the visual look.

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  2. Allow fonts for form fields to be embedded

    Currently this is possible through workarounds, but it would be nice if Acrobat natively supported embedding the fonts used in forms, so when users type in the form field, their typed text appears in the designated font face.

    (This essentially means bringing Acrobat up to par with online web-based HTML forms with embedded fonts using CSS.)

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  3. Auro save? Is it that hard?

    Is it really that hard to auto save PDFs? It's ridiculous that in 2020 my PDFs don't save to original documents as I work. Thanks for wasting my time and losing hours of work.

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  4. Set 'prepare form' properties to preferred defaults for all future forms

    When converting a .pdf into a fillable form ('Prepare Form') please create an option to set properties so that Acrobat will always apply my preferred properties as the default.

    It is inefficient to always convert the font and other properties to the settings I prefer for the forms I design.

    I am aware I can set defaults for fields once the form is prepared and then duplicate this in a given form. I am also aware that I can multiple-select fields and change the properties for a group. However, I'd like a more efficient default-setting option, please.

    EG: I use…

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  5. Make Form Field Properties Editable

    Add the ability to change the font and size when creating a fillable form!

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  6. How do I combine PDF files when I get msg to use Portfolio Option?

    Some of my files are older and so will not combine as a Binder pdf but I don't see the Portfolio option to use as suggested in message.

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  7. Bug - Prepare Form properties dialog

    I'm editing 2 different PDF forms, last years an internal PDF form created from external source pdf and this years external source PDF with changes converted to a PDF form.


    1. I can't open the 2 forms in separate instances of PDF form editor, or at least it is not ready apparent on how to do this.

    2. Being that I'm unable to open the forms in 2 separate instances, I open both PDFs in same instance and pull one of the tabs to another monitor.
      2a. Each time I click on the properties menu item, the dialog box is shared by…
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  8. Compatibiliy with Microsoft developer ttools

    Adobe Prepare forms should be able to read the fields created in Microsoft Word using the developer tool for content controls. Currently Adobe prepare form does not recognize the fields from a developed Word document and this prevents creating a fillable form as advertised for the current Adobe Pro DC product.

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  9. BUG: Fillable Date Format (Auto-Conversion BROKEN)

    When a valid date is entered using a format different from the format specified by the form date field, Acrobat automatically converts this to the specified format on-screen. However the saved data remains in the originally-entered (incorrect) format.

    Example: Field Name: "DateOfBirth" Format: mm/dd/yyyy

    Entered: "12 Aug 2002" Form displays: "08/12/2002" following entry

    It APPEARS the date was converted to the specified format.

    Export Data saves this as: ... <</T(DateOfBirth)/V(12 Aug 2002)>> ...

    This indicates the original entry was saved, not the converted date.

    This SHOULD be saved as: ... <</T(DateOfBirth)/V(03/12/2002)>> ...

    When returning to the DateOfBirth field the display…

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  10. I would like Acrobat 11 to convert a file to word

    There are PDF files that I would like to copy in word with all the formatting

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  11. Adobe Reader for Linux

    I need Adobe Reader DC on Ubuntu, because it's the only pdf reader who can open and edit pdf files with forms (xml embeeded).
    I am forced to use Windows only for this application: Adobe Reader. And only to fill in a pdf tax form and send it to my local administration.
    Maybe there is a way to create a payed version of Adobe Reader for Linux users.
    Thank you!

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  12. Templates

    Adobe should have a selection of basic template similar to those Microsoft has (or had). Suggestions include basic business forms, cards, and calendars. I thought Adobe already had these but was told by a chat person that you do not. They said I needed to make my own. Thanks for considering this.

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  13. When converting an Excel file to PDF, the cell borders do not convert correctly and appear to be different weights.

    When I created a form in Excel, and tried to Convert to PDF, the borders around the cells show up as various weights. Please add a tool that can make the weights uniform.

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  14. form template

    I need to send in CMS-1500 forms on a regular basis. I would like a template to be able to do this. The only thing that has to change on the form are some of the dates and payment amounts. Can I use a template, fill in some of the fields, send to sign and then recover the template for the next use.

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  15. acrobat dc Text box inner margins

    Please allow us to make our own 'inner margins' for textboxes when we create fillable PDF forms... the automatic margins you've set inside the textbox option are not useful and deletes our ability to collect as much information as possible on our forms... please stop 'dumbing down' your product. :) thank you

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  17. Font adjustment of text entered in fillable forms

    Why is there now easily found method of adjusting the font size or to allow for text wrapping in a form I am filling out. It's maddening I pay for a service that doesn't clearly lay out preferences for this.

    I am entering text into a fillable form and it disappears beyond the text box. I want the information to be readable for whomever wants to see the information, not have it appear as cut off words.

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  18. PNG Transparency

    PNG images added via form fields do not show transparency when incoprorated.

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  19. Unable to type in First Field on Fillable Form document in Adobe 2017

    Working in a PDF fillable form, unable to type text into the first field. Need to click on the second field and than I am able to type in the first field. Sample document attached. Can this be resolved.

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  20. Expandable fields in Acrobat DC/Pro especially since users are not able to print all text content from scrollable field boxes.

    Expandable fields in Acrobat DC/Pro is a necessity especially since users are not able to print all text content from scrollable field boxes. LiveCycle is transitioning out to Adobe Experience manager and this feature should be included within Acrobat DC/Pro in order to provide a smooth transition. It is a feature request that I've seen on message boards for quite a few years. Please take this into consideration.

    Thank you!

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