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Importing Image background and adding Form Elements


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I am just creating my first application, and since I am very used to Photoshop, I have created it there hoping to import it into LiveCycle and still have some of the elements editable.

Unfortunately, as I discovered that is not the case, I simply imported it as an image file, and am adding the form elements where they should be next to the text that I have created in Photoshop.

I realize there are some drawbacks to this approach, including the fact that the raster image loses its quality as the PDF is enlarged, and the text is not selectable... but given that I only really need the form elements to work properly... is it necessary that I recreate the form and use the text tool in LiveCycle?

Thank You!
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Level 10
I would suggest that .....or if you could create a PDF out of Photoshop then you could import that into designer.

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