Preserves the appearance of PDF documents created in
Acrobat and other applications available in the Open dialog box. Converts Acrobat form fields to the corresponding LiveCycle Designer ES library objects. After you import the content of a PDF document as artwork, you can place additional library objects on top of the artwork as needed. Use this option if you have a PDF document that was created in Acrobat or some other application that you want to use as the basis (background) for creating an interactive form with fixed pages in LiveCycle Designer ES
Imports PDF documents so that the contents can
be edited in LiveCycle Designer ES. Any file attachments and annotations are removed. Keeps text together in fewer objects. Use this option if you want to create an interactive form with a flowable layout, make substantial text changes to the imported PDF form, or use LiveCycle Designer ES to make ongoing updates to form. This option also supports word-wrapping, but line breaks may not be preserved. Some touchup may be required to restore the appearance of the original document.
A high tolerance setting provides a higher degree of possible
variations and will join more paragraphs together. A high setting may combine paragraphs that were meant to be separate. A low setting will keep more paragraphs as separate objects. A low setting may miss combining text that should be together in a paragraph.
Creates a log file (*.log) using the name of the PDF file
with the .log file name extension. The log file is stored in your temporary directory that is configured by Windows (which is typically \Documents and Settings\[username]
\Local Settings\Temp). If a file with that name already exists in the Temporary Folder, it is overwritten. The log file records information about the conversion process and can be read by using any ASCII text editor.