I am creating an interactive PDF, and one of the things I am trying to do is set up a front end "panel" with questions that receive a user's input, and all these answers are then used to create a static letter, building the various parts from the different fields. I am good with the basic setup for doing this. However, the problem I have run into is on user input text fields that have multiple paragraphs (set as multi-line). I need to grab the text in these fields and place it in the final letter, styled to a certain design standard. I can set the font family and line spacing on the final static letter just fine.
But I have tried unsuccessfully to set a paragraph spacing. There are countless attributes, and every website seems to know a few, but not the right ones for this. I tried using "para.spaceBelow =" but this did not work. I also tried different "receiving" containers for the paragraphs on the final static form, such as a protected text field and a floating field in a basic text object. None of this seems to allow me to control the space between paragraphs, unfortunately. I am beginning to think I will have to ask the user to add separate paragraphs into unique text fields to grab the data and be able to space the paragraphs correctly.
I hope someone can help this.
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