Adobe Writable PDF image input

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
I am creating a listing sheet for my outside sales force to provide their customers.
It is branded with my companies information but I want the customer to be able to
enter product data, an image of the product and also if possible provide some basic
math to derive the needed variables in other text boxes.

I at first assumed that you could "paste" an image in a text box like you would on a
microsoft word document. That didn't work, the space was taken up but the image did not appear.

I am just learning Acrobat.

Thanks for whatever help you can provide!

Question by:MarshallElm6
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    You can paste an image into a PDF file - as long as you have the full version of Acrobat, and the PDF file is not protected with security settings. Will all your clients have access to the full version of Acrobat?
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    by:James Murrell
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