The cursor position is lost when I try to move the cursor to the first fillable form field on a second (or subsequent) page while viewing the Adobe Reader in “Continuous” form mode. Why?
Adobe Reader has four types of viewing modes – single page, continuous, continuous facing and facing. Always specify single page mode. To set page layout do one of the following: • Choose View > Page Layout, and then choose Single Page. • Click the Single Page button in the status bar. If necessary, choose View > Fit Page to display the document in the current page layout. There is a known bug in Adobe Reader versions other than the Grants.gov compatible version; in continuous mode where the cursor position will be lost. If you are unable to download the Grants.gov compatible version of Adobe Reader, simply use the mouse to navigate to another form field on that page, and then back to the first enterable form field on that page. The Tab key only takes me to the first radio button where I can only choose one option (i.e., Yes or No). Why? The Adobe Reader form technology utilizes check box groups. These groups are used when the user is limited to one choice out of two or more choices su
- The cursor position is lost when I try to move the cursor to the first fillable form field on a second (or subsequent) page while viewing the Adobe Reader in "Continuous" form mode. Why?
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