I am working on a form that was build from Microsoft Doc and then scanned onto Acrobat Pro to create the form fields etc.
Mananagement just told me that they did not like the colour of the document and want it changed to another colour. (from Blue to Green).
Is there a way where I could 'edit' the colour change using Acrobat Pro ?
Unfortunately, I do not have Photoshop nor do I know how to use it....
your help is much appreciated!
If your looking to change the background details or colour and not the field colour then i can't see how you would do this using Acrobat. As acrobat is simply laying form fields over the top of an image.
Believe it or not since the form was created from a scan (a Picture) its uneditiable
It will save you a lot of head ache's
If its to be filled out by hand You don't even need Acrobat.
Hope this helps
Thanks for your replies.
The issue I have here, is that I have already created the form fields and everything was ready-to-go, until someone in the management decided the colour of some boxes (that does not have a field box ontop of it) should be changed.
That was where the headache was because, I have already created the field boxes and all was well.
Your answers tell me that I will have to re-do my entire form and can not change the colour of those non-field boxes...
Or, is there a way where I could re-load my original document, change the colour, and then, load the sheet back on, but the fields I have taken a long time to create, would land where they were?
is that ever possible?
Just create a new PDF that has the color changes. In Acrobat, open your form and simply replace the old pages with the new ones. Any fields, links, bookmarks, code, etc. will be retained. Exactly how you replace pages depends on what version of Acrobat you have. In Acrobat 9, it's: Document > Replace Pages
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