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How to auto-populate multiple fields in a form

How much time do you waste typing repetitive text into multiple form fields? 

Save hours by only typing text once, then allowing it to automatically pull in other form fields.  

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Here’s how to auto-populate multiple fields in a form

Step 1. Open your PDF form in Adobe Acrobat Pro, choose Prepare Form > Fields and name the field(s) that you need the information to be copied to EXACTLY like the field where the information will be copied from.

The system will then mark it with a “#” sign which means that fields are auto-populated.

Step 2. Save changes.

Note. Fluix supports auto-population for forms created in Adobe Acrobat.

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