Now we've added more books to our repetoir and I went back to add these new titles to the list; but I didn't realize that acrobat has a limited number of lines, and now it won't all fit. I get the error message "text is too big to be displayed."
Additionally, the form is supposed to be downloaded from our website for my co-workers to fill out and send back to me. It is too much to ask them to do anything else, like download another file and set acrobat to read it.
Is this even possible? Or is there another solution?
Can't help you with a recommendation for an external editor on a Mac, but
to answer your other question: Yes, it is possible to have the script
automatically read in an external file. It requires the following:
- The users must have version 10 or later (either Acrobat or Reader will
- If you want the file to be read-in silently (ie that the user will not
have to select it each time), you'll need to install a small script on the
local machine of each user to enable that.
Oh no . . . I foresee this not working out very well.
But do you happen to know what the script is, exactly?
Yes, I do... But there's no point getting into details if you think it's
not feasible in your case.