Smart PDF Converter: Option to customize the font to use

  • trackerforms
    Answered on September 22, 2020 04:32 PM

    I have created 2 fillable forms (see links below) and I would like the textbox content to print as Tinos or Times New Roman. I was able to adjust the font family of the text entered into the text boxes but it doesn't print in the same font style. 

  • John Support Team Lead
    Answered on September 22, 2020 08:24 PM

    If you mean you would like to customize the font of the texts that were added to these boxes on the imported PDF:

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    Unfortunately, there is no option for that at the moment. Currently, the default font family used is Open Sans. The sizes depend on the dimension of the box. So if there were a bit larger texts to add, the font sizes will be shrunken for it to fit or may be cut off.

    But I am sending this to our devs as a feature request. Though I cannot provide you an ETA for this at the moment, but we'll keep you posted here once it gets implemented in the future.

  • trackerforms
    Answered on September 23, 2020 10:15 AM

    Okay. I will revise the font of the document instead. 

  • cerenb
    Answered on December 07, 2020 06:24 AM


    The team implemented the requested feature, from now on you will be able to customize answers displayed on the Original PDF. Please see the screen captures below:

    Open the PDF Editor:

    You can open PDF Editor while you are on Smart PDF Forms page

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    Or you can open PDF Editor from My Forms page:

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    Once you are on PDF Editor, click on the paint roller icon on the right side of the page:

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    From the right panel, you can customize answer style, size, font,color, text alignment, original pdf name etc.

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