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  1. PDFelement doesn't automatically load with print

    PDFelement is added as a printer. Should I remove it and readd it. Michael
  2. Hi. One of the things that I do very frequently with PDF files is complete them and sign them. PDFelement is having trouble doing this. I have two problems which I will mention in this post. 1) Most of the items that I have to sign have a date field and then I need to sign them. When I fill in the date field using edit->text I can put the date in. But when I sign the form the date in the date field disappears. This is very annoying. I know the signature contains the date signed but medical forms particularly ones that I use to order things are very particular and I need to fill in all the fields. It seems to work okay if before I sign the document, I save it first and then sign it and save it again. Usually, I get these forms as email attachments which I open from outlook. I usually edit them in the application and then sign them. I really don't want to double save these files. After signing them I usually email them back to whomever sent them to me. 2) Many of the forms that I have are multiple pages and I must sign each page of the document. In addition, I have to put in a date on each page. It seems that PDF element once I sign the document will not let me edit it and then sign it in a second place. (Adobe let me do this but I am trying not to buy Adobe). I need to be able to sign the document in multiple places and edit it in multiple places. I usually date the document on page 1 and sign page 1, then date the document on page 2 and sign page 2, then date the document on page 3 and sign page 3. I would like to do this easily without having to create fields. Hopefully you understand my problem. I have the most recent version of PDFelement Pro. Thanks. Michael
  3. I am having a problem with PDFelement Pro. I am using the latest version and I just checked for an upgrade. When I user the Wondershare PDFelement printer to convert files to PDF, PDFelement does not automatically load. In fact if PDFelement is not loaded nothing happens when I select the Wondershare PDFelement printer in the print selection. It will work if I have PDFelement open when I try to print and it will work correctly then. I recently moved PDFelement to a new computer (surfacebook running windows 10) from my old computer (Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10). On my old computer when I printed to Wondershare, PDFelement would automatically open and the file would appear. How do I fix this. Thanks. Michael
  4. convert pdf to interactive form

    Thank Daphne, I will be looking forward to this update which hopefully will be available soon. Any idea when? Also can I remove this protection structure with tools I have available now? Michael
  5. Forms fields work for others without Wondershare?

    As I mentioned in another post this does not work properly for me. Michael
  6. convert pdf to interactive form

    Hi Daphne, I updated to version 6 hoping that you addressed this problem. Unfortunately it is still not working. I need a solution to this problem as I need other people to be able to fill the forms that I create using PDFelement with the Adobe PDF reader. Where are we in getting this problem solved. What can I do as a temporary fix for this problem. You have the form that does not work. Before I had modified the file using PDFelement the form was able to be read with Adobe reader. Right now other than myself--since I have PDFelement and Adobe PDF writer, I can work with these files, I cannot send these files to anyone else to use. This is an urgent issue for me. I have included the most recent version of this file. Would it help if I sent an earlier version of the file that could be read with Adobe reader--this was created using an Adobe product. The reason I am not using it is that your product allows me to move stuff around on the forms more easily. Michael new full form.pdf
  7. Rating scales

    Here is the basic template as it exists in Adobe forms Central
  8. Rating scales

    Hi Daphne, I can send this file again but you already have this file as I sent it to you as part of the interactive thread. I will send it again to make it easier for you. Thanks for your quick responses they are appreciated. Michael H&P form test.pdf
  9. convert pdf to interactive form

    Hi Daphne, See the image below. Regards, Michael
  10. convert pdf to interactive form

    Hi Daphne, I tried it with Adobe acrobat reader DC. The reason I did this was because I had to temporarily use a different PC. I was unable to fill in the fields in the file. It works with PDElement and Adobe Acrobat writer. I will try it again to confirm. Thanks, Michael
  11. convert pdf to interactive form

    Thank you for your response. I have attached an example H&P form test.pdf
  12. Rating scales

    Here is a more complicated example. Michael
  13. Rating scales

    See above example for a simple example. Each row is a radio button, the columns are independent. The # of columns and rows can be modified. I have more complicated examples if you want to see more. Thank you. Michael
  14. Rating scales

    I appreciate the quick answer to my question. Yes I see where I can create these using multiple fields and lines, shadings and can with difficulty line them up. But it is really a difficult solution since many of my rating scales have 20 rows and 8 columns. It would be nice to be able to move these around as a single element rather than move and line up 160 elements and then put in 10 highlights and who knows how many lines--aligning this up. This is not only to create but also to move them. I liked that with Adobe Form Create I was able to work on this as a single element--moving it as a single element. As I mentioned in another answer I like the fact that I can work on PDF files directly in PDelement rather than a FCDT file. I also like that I can control where these elements are better with PDelement. Please think about adding a rating scale element. That and being able to make interactive forms would make your product wonderful. Michael
  15. convert pdf to interactive form

    Hi, this is an important feature for me as well. I purchased PDElement so that I can easily work with my forms and modify them. I had been using Adobe Forms Central but since this product is discontinued I was looking for a substitute. I like the fact that I do not have to maintain a separate FCDT file but could work on the PDF files directly but it is important that I can create forms that will work on the Free Reader. I thought that was the solution that I was getting. Hopefully this feature will be out soon. MHR