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Application for emplyoment please right click and save the PDF file to your hard drive. UseAcrobat Reader to print it out or fill it out on your computer following the below instructions. Then complete it and drop it off at one of our three locations.

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Fill in flat forms with the Add Text tool

A flat form does not have interactive fields. However, you can use the Add Text tool to type information over blank form fields. Acrobat and Reader XI include the Add Text tool. In Reader X or earlier, you can add text only if the creator of the form enabled the Add Text (or Typewriter tool).

Note:

The text you add with the Add Text tool is a type of commenting, and appears in the Comments List (Comment > Comments List).



Flat fillable forms (three variations). The Add Text tool lets you type in flat forms.
A. Add Text tool in the floating toolbar in browser. B. Add Text tool in purple message bar. C. Add Text tool selected in Sign panel, which then displays floating toolbar. 
  1. Do one of the following, depending on how the form appears in your window:

    • In either the purple message bar or floating toolbar, click the Add Text button.

    • In the Acrobat application (not in a browser), choose Sign > Add Text.



    Select Add Text and type on the form.

    If the form appears in a browser window, roll your cursor near the bottom of the form and click the Save icon  in the semi-transparent floating toolbar. Open the PDF form in Acrobat, and choose Sign > Add Text.



    Add Text toolbar not displayed. Save form, then open in Acrobat and select Sign > Add Text.
  2. Click a blank form field and type.

  3. (Optional) Adjust options in the purple message bar or floating toolbar to change the text size, position, or font. For more information about the Add Text tool and toolbar, see Add text using Add Text tool.

  4. When finished, print a copy of the completed form.

    Note:

    You cannot electronically submit a form filled out using the Add Text tool. You must print the completed form. Be sure you select Document And Markups in the Print dialog box.

Fill in flat forms in a browser

A common way to view a PDF form is in a web browser, for example, when you click a link on a website. If the form does not contain interactive fields, you can use the Add Text tool to fill out the form. Some forms open with the Add Text toolbar displayed. But with others, you must first save the form, then open it directly in Acrobat. Reader XI includes the Add Text tool. In earlier versions of Reader, it is available only if the creator of the form enabled it.

If the Add Text toolbar is displayed, click Add Text. Then click the page and start typing. For more information, see Fill in flat forms with the Add Text tool.



Add Text tool available in floating toolbar

If you don’t see the Add Text toolbar and you can’t select or type in the fields, save the PDF to your computer. (Roll your cursor near the bottom of the form and click the Save icon  in the semi-transparent floating toolbar.) Open the PDF form in Acrobat, and choose Sign > Add Text. Then click the page and start typing.



Add Text toolbar not displayed. Save form, then open in Acrobat and select Sign > Add Text.

If you close the Add Text toolbar, roll your cursor near the bottom of the form and click the Acrobat icon  in the semi-transparent floating toolbar. The Add Text toolbar reappears. If you close the Add Text toolbar again, roll down to the floating toolbar and click the Read Mode button . Then click the Acrobat icon again.

 

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