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font size and line spacing has changedAsked by je862 on February 05, 2016 at 11:24 PM
Up until a recent change the print out from the filled in form was contained in 4 pages as in the attached file. Now the form fills 8 pages with much larger fonts and spacing between lines. Help me to understand what has changed and how to get back to my original form.
Attached is a snip of the form as it used to be.
Pediatrics After Hours
Looking at your revisions history, there doesn't seem any huge changes you made on your form. May we know if you load the form on the Form Designer? Could it be the fonts and field spacing there was changed? You can adjust it back to your preference.
Just open the Form Designer and adjust the fonts and spacing. See visual guides.
Furthermore, I can see that you have a print break code in text element which brings down the elements under it on the next page. This controls which content you want to be on a page. So currently, there's a huge gap on some of the pages because there are elements that is supposed to be on the top page but brought down under.
To resolve this, it's either you reduce the font size and field spacing in your form by following the guide above or move down the text element with print break code to accommodate more fields on a page. Another option that might help is to try reducing the margins with your printer or on the print preview.
If you need further help, let us know.