Re: Editing PDF forms
> I just checked that again and with the latest Sarge the output looks
> super. This presumes you start out with a pdf form of some sort...
> Get xfig and transfig
> use: pstoedit -f "fig:-startdepth 999" <in> <out>%d.fig to generate your
> .fig files.
> These you edit with xfig. Use "T" button to enter text, I usually use
> helvetica, looks better.
> After you save the result (in a dir. that you have write perms to!) use
> the "export" button in "file" to generate an .eps file. I get better
> results with a margin of 25.
> This you look at with gv and print. Better yet, send it to them and let
> them print it if they want to.
> You save the .fig file and edit it again, or use the original .fig file
> and edit it differently.
> Works great. Adobe is NOT needed and neither is XP to run it. ;-)
This looks very good, thank you Hugo. Now, I believe that eps files
are "one page" files. What if the form has multiple pages?