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I really wish I could agree with you because I REALLY want this to work. This is the ONLY thing keeping me from using Adobe. However, it's becoming clear that I'll have to scrap all the research I've done because I need to find a completely new solution (outside of Adobe Acrobat).I believe we need to think Post PDF Creation and Pre PDF rendering. Say a PDF is just sitting there in a folder. It has AcroForm variables in it -- Cool! This means I can fetch those variables, load them with whatever d...

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SekharN, Thanks for your response but I don't think we're talking apples to apples here. A floating field is is not a variable and is "generated" at PDF creation time. This means one of the following two actions will happen when the PDF is created.1. A real value is loaded into the floating field2. A script is loaded into the floating fieldThis will not work for me. I'm trying to create one PDF with information such as "Thank You For Your Recent Donation of $"Where can be loaded AFTER the PDF h...

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Using Adobe LifeCycle Designer, I'm wondering if there's an easy way to insert substitution text. I need to do this:"Thank you for your recent donatoin of ${Amount}. We would like..."The above example uses a floating field, but this type of object (or placeholder) is not available as an AcroForm variable (using iText). Thus far it appears that my only option is to use a Text Box but this seems VERY clunky because it's nearly impossible to visually line up the text box properly, plus, it doesn't ...

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