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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $63 - Posted
i need someone to help me design a medical form, let me know if you can do this within a short time. thanks
Skills: Adobe PDF
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Looking for someone with Acrobat Pro experience - and some knowledge of javascript (I believe) to help create 2) 4 page editable PDFs. Forms are for applicants to complete and return. Many questions are simple input fields, radio buttons, etc. However some are open response. Both PDF forms exist currently and do not require updates. However - a security block may prevent updates to the existing form - it may require re-creation. Problem: People fill the form - and most questions are okay with the allotted space - however, some people fill in novels. When field is set to either scroll text or multi line scroll - it will not allow printing of the form with all content visible. Or - if set to shrink to fit, content becomes so small its illegible. When setting a character size, it restricts the amount a person can type. 1) Multi line prints with a "+" sign cutting off copy 2) Shrink to fit shrinks the copy so small that it is not legible. Required Solution: Update current forms to: - Set each field to expand with text (height of form) to accommodate longer text inputs. - All questions/fields following that text box would then dynamically shift/flow. So - once each form is set to flow - a 3 page document may end up being 6+ pages after completion. I understand this is possible with knowledge of java script or programs such as Adobe Live Cycle or perhaps Adobe XD (Experience Design). Another potential concern is usability outside of Acrobat Pro. The average applicant will have a basic free version of reader (Adobe or otherwise).
Skills: Adobe PDF JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need someone to create PHP code that will accept HTML formatted text and create a formatted PDF document based on very specific graphic designs. The PDF will have a table of contents, followed by a number of articles, each with an article title, a URL and an article. Each H1, H2 and H3 will need to be formatted according to specifications. Articles will need to be exported in two columns. Margin widths, header images and more will be provided at the beginning of the job. This will be brochure format on A4 paper (so basically two A5 pages on each A4 page, but arranged in a specific order to the booklet can be folded. A sample of the booklet format that would need to be generated is attached. File input would be from Php variables: *Table of Contents created from other articles *Article Headline *Article URL *Article body Each article will have individual headers that will also need to be stylized. Exact formatting details will be included upon signups.
Skills: Adobe PDF HTML PDF Conversion PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $15 - Posted
We need to form a PDF file ("questionnaire") which we will have a few questions and a few answers to be chosen, the person filling the file will mark the right answer and then once filled, such person will click "submit" and we will obtain the file on our email. The person will need to fill his/her contact & company details into the form. (we have an example of such form which can share with you, but if you don't know how to make it, it is better if you don't apply) You will be able to form it based on our advices and content
Skills: Adobe PDF Survey Design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
Today we tried to send out a newsletter that had 6 blocks of informational text and photos. Here are the issues we ran into along with what we wanted to happen. Please let me know if you can help with any of these issues and what the cost would be to give us the solution for each or all. All attachments are in this file: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B6pGu-htH8QkeWhkdDlBRERmX2s&usp=sharing 1) What’s happening: Originally, we tried to do it using one long jpeg created in indesign. See attached file called “1 Penthouse tour”. This file came out too small in email. Everything was hard to read bc it was so small and the text was blurry. See attached file called “2 Penthouse tour” What we want to happen: We want to send an indesign file via email, exported as jpegs, however it’s going to come through full size and render properly. 2) What’s happening: When I save indesign files as jpegs, they look blurry/low res when they are shared via email. I’ve tried saving it as a 72 and 300 DPI RGB file. I also tried saving it as a 300 DPI CYMK file. I even tried exporting the indesign file as a high res PDF, then putting it into Photoshop and saving it for web, again high res. See attached file called “3 blurry jpeg”. What we want to happen: We want the jpeg to be crisp and clear when used digitally, just as crisp and clear as it looks when it’s a pdf. 3) What’s happening: When I send multiple jpegs in one email, I am unable to see them on my mobile device (even though other people are able to see them). Each of the jpegs is linked to a URL, so I do briefly see various instances of the following in the body of the email: [cid:image001.jpg@01D1D86C, etc] See attached file called “4 email image problem” What we want to happen: We want the jpegs to render properly on mobile and desktop. 4) What’s happening: When I send the jpegs as full size (22"), they come across fine on my dell desktop computer (see attached image called “5 email fine in dell”, but my colleague who has a mac laptop sees them as super huge and she has to scroll to the left and right in order to read all the content See attached image called “6 email not fine on mac laptop”. So we changed the width to 9" so that it would come through and take up about the width of the screen. This worked in terms of my colleague being able to see the whole screen at once. However, when we sent the email, the jpegs (which are supposed to be stacked on top of one another) are showing up next to eachother/as two columns on my widescreen dell desktop. See attached file called “7 double column on desktop widescreen”. What we want to happen: We’d like this to show up as a one column “newsletter” no matter what size screen it’s being looked at on. We don’t want the double formatting which messes up the formatting. 5) Things we have considered but for internal reasons are not doing: a. using an email provider such as constant contact or mailchimp b. submitting the file as an attachment c. using Microsoft word and copy/pasting into the email
Skills: Adobe PDF Adobe InDesign iOS Development MS Office 365