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Hi! I really liked the program but for me it's only one problem, that if I can't solve it, the program will be useless.

I have a model that I've created and made it PDF. 

Everything that I can do in PDF ELEMENT is very appropriate for what I want. However, it's only one thing that I couldn't find and is the most importante for me.

I need to give space, like the "enter" on MICROSOFT WORD, in order to enlarge the space so I can put more items on the specific space I left. Just that: the "enter". Do anyone knows how ? 

Please and thank you. 

Best Regards

Maria 

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Hi Maria,

 

Glad to hear that the program is appropriate for your work! 

 

To create space for other things, you are able to select and drag text/images/sections to where you want them to be. Here is an example:

 

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Feel free to attach your file and I can take a look and provide more detailed instructions relevant to your situation!

 

Best,

Rebecca

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Hi Rebecca, 

Not exactly that is what I want...

 

Attched my file. 

Where you see a sofa, is just one item, and I want to put many items in order, and the footer going down, everytime a picture is insert. One imagem bellow another, so that blanck space is getting bigger , and the archive is growing, and the footer, going down...

For ex. You see a sofa, right? Is like a line in Excel.  So I want to put a chair for ex. bellow, than a table bellow, , than other thing.... like a list, you know what I mean?

The PDF seems to be locked for any change in that space. And for me this space is not enough.

Can you help me?

Thanks!

Maria

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Hi Maria,

 

PDF is a fixed-layout document but Word is a stream-layout document. So you can not re-layout all text and image objects of a PDF document in real time as you edit in Word.
 

Thanks for your support!

Jacky

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Hi Maria and Jacky,

 

Yes, good point Jacky! When editing PDF files, you are unable to press "enter" to create additional space. You'll need to create space manually. Sorry for the misunderstanding!

 

To clarify, this is a form for your clients? And what you want is for them to put in photos of the items they want? If you let me know the goal of the form we can try and find another solution. 

 

Best,

Rebecca

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Thank you both, Jacky and Rebecca! Now is clear for me! I'll try another way, so I can use the PDF element! 

Best regards!!

Fernanda

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Hi Maria,

 

We are glad to help. Anything we can assist further, please feel free to let us know.

 

Thanks for your feedback.

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