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Suggestions on strategy working with Acrobat LiveCycle Designer

By dag ·
In the present situation I have clients who will send me basic information in order to create their resum?/Curriculum Vitae. I will then take this information and in MS Word 2007 assemble two or three differently formated versions of their resum?/CV and then send them back to my clients.

I now thought that this might be done in a more automatic fashion, but I a bit uncertain on which strategy to go along with. Is it a form designed with Adobe Live Cycle Designer in combination with MS Word, or can you do the whole process using forms and get all the formatting done automatically and have Acrobat Pro "spit out" two or three different versions of the resum????

One of the problems I forsee is that some of the information my clients are providing is their work history. In some cases they have been working at several places meaning that the final CV will contain multiple lines with that history, and in some other cases they have just had a few apployments, resulting in a short CV. This means that any solution to this endeavour will have to handle some of the input from my clients dynamically...

Any thought? Or should I just stick to my basic MS Word-cut-and-paste approach?


Dag Wolters

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