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How do I make the input area as large as the columns on the matrix tool?Asked by gregpare on August 23, 2016 at 06:15 PM
Here is my form. Scroll down to the credit card matrix.
I am printing out and needing blank areas to write.
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I will wait for your response.
Got it and will do! I am using jotform to design a PDF for print purposed ONLY.
Handing out the material to class members to put in their safe deposit boxes.
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Will print and delete in the next day or two.
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