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Can we create header and footer in adobe acrobat as we do in MS Word

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Jul 08, 2019 Jul 08, 2019

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I m trying to setup some forms and agreements for my translation services business. I tried to convert them from word to PDF but alignment is not good. then i decided to create in acrobat. can we add header and footer in it?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 11, 2019 Jul 11, 2019

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Hey Aqeela,

As shared by "try67" you can definitely add headers and footers using Acrobat DC. I checked your account, seems you are planning to get Acrobat to get use this feature.

If yes, you can refer to the Plan & Pricing page here :Plans and pricing | Adobe Acrobat DC

Also, if you wish to test how exactly this feature (adding header and footer) works in Acrobat DC, you can first try 7-days free trial.

Download Adobe Acrobat free trial | Acrobat Pro DC

Thanks,

Akanchha

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Jul 12, 2019 Jul 12, 2019

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Don't set up the static form content in Acrobat! It's a terrible, terrible tool for that. Use Word to make the static content and use Acrobat only to add the form fields.

If this isn't working for you, please give more details on "alignment is not good".

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