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Adobe LiveCycle Designer Text Field Prints Shaded

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I created a pdf form with text fields but whenever I print the form the text fields print out grey. I would like them to print out transparent. It's fine on the screen for them to be blue or grey when clicked on but when printed I do not want the box to be filled.
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I have never come across this. Can you psot the file in question?

i will be out for a few hours but would like to look at this later...
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In the meantime, here is a snippet from the forum that may apply:
http://acrobatusers.com/forum/forms-livecycle-designer/background-color-text-fields
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