In an Acrobat Pro X fillable form, if I set the "Auto" font size the text is too small. Can I set the font size to 12, or something larger than auto, and still have the text shrink to fit the text field?
Most fields in the forms I make are large enough to accept font size 12, but some of the fields might on occasion require shrinking text--only on those occasions would I want font size smaller than 12.
As a work-around you could set a character-limit on the text field that causes the 'Auto' font size not to be reduced beyond a size you find acceptable.
Thanks, Cari. I can't, however, seem to get this to work. I must be missing something. I'm thinking perhaps my trouble lies with this instruction in step 1:
then in Edit mode reduce the HEIGHT of the auto text-size field till the font size matches the field above it.
Can you expand on that at all?
I've updated the instructions I wrote-up in my original response, and added some screenshots for you that will hopefully show you what I am referring to.
There's also two scenarios:
Thanks--I'll try again!
SUGERENCIA: Sería bueno al modo 'auto' poder indicar un tamaño ideal deseado y recien cuando se supere el limite de espacio del campo comience a ajustarlo. Actualmente sucede que al poner en modo 'auto' el texto se achica innecesariamente.
The automatic size is relative to the height of the field, an image is better than 1000 words:
Champ = field
hauteur = height
corps = text size