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Re: Formatting Check Box - Box itself
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Yes, that makes perfect sense. On this form, though, it's meant to be printed out and filled by hand so everything had to be manually positioned.

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What's the difference between positioned content and flowed content?

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Bruce, that's something I hadn't thought of trying. To this point, I've been making the selection box (box around checkbox and text) big and realigning the text. I'll fiddle with the XML a little and see if that helps some.On a side note, I'll make sure to make everything 'snap to grid' next time I build a form. lol

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Thanks, that's what I thought.

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I'm running Adobe Designer 7.0 (I hope this is the right section for this question).I've created a checkbox with a caption. I can change the layout and position of the caption text but I can't figure out how to move the checkbox box. Can I actually move it around?

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Thanks for the fast response!!This is indeed the problem and changing the binding to 'Normal' solves my problem completely.Thanks again!!

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Hi, I originally posted this in the'Acrobat Windows' section but was told to post here instead.I created a snazzy form in Adobe Designer 7.0. This form had drop down boxes with 3 or 4 selections in them.When I open AA 7 Pro and fill the form out, it won't save the drop down box entries.For example:One field is just a text entry, so I'll enter "20,000". The next field has 3 selections "Diesel, Gasoline, Kerosene"; I will select Diesel.I will save, close and reopen that file.The "20,000" will be t...

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