I have a monthly pdf calendar that I would like to make into a "quick-edit" template, but I don't know if it's possible. Basically, I'd like to add text fields to the daily slots of the calendar that, when tapped on, immediately open the keyboard and allow you to add text, not just in acrobat, but also exported and used on iPad readers like Goodnotes. It should work a little bit like a table in word, I think.
Is there a way to do this? thanks for your help!
note: the pdf calendar was a download from a website, and the calendar itself is already "embedded" like an image.
Thank you for reaching out.
As mentioned above, you wish to convert the calendar PDF into a quick edit template that you can open and add the text anytime you require. Is that correct?
You may convert the PDF to a PDF form and Add text fields. Then save the PDF and use it whenever required to add information or make changes to the form fields.
Please refer to the steps suggested to create a PDF form using the existing PDF and add a form field to the PDF in the following help document: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/create-form.html.
Hope the information helps.
Let us know if you are referring to something else.
However, don't for a second expect this (the fill in forms) to work in apps on the iPad !!