How to use Adobe Acrobat as a typewriter to fill in forms

I suspect many law firms have typewriters squirreled away somewhere just to fill in forms.

Ross Kodner, computer guru extraordinaire, has an article about how Acrobat Standard, Professional or Professional Extended editions can be used as a typewriter to fill in those forms. He gives very detailed step-by-step instructions about how to save the forms as pdfs and then how to fill them in. http://blog.technolawyer.com/2010/01/smalllaw-acrobat-typewriter.html

He has his own blog, http://rossipsa.com/, and this and some of his other articles are also published in the Small Law blog at Technolawyer.com.

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