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How to Add Text Fields to PDF using Microsoft Access?

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Hi there

I would greatly appreciate some help in creating fields on an existing PDF using Microsoft Access.  I have done plenty of googling but havent been able to get a working solution.

I am running
Microsoft Access 2003
Adobe Acrobat XI Pro

I have no experience with Adobe and have rudimentary knowledge in using Access Visual Basic and would appreciate any help I can get.

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