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Edit Menu

Select to Edit Enter the selection state to edit the selected object
Undo PDFill Objects Undo the last action or actions that you made for PDFill Objects
Redo PDFill Objects Redo actions that you undid for PDFill Objects
Cut Cut the selected text inside the current editor into clipboard;
Cut the selected Ink objects  into clipboard;
Cut the Current Object  into clipboard;
Cut the selected multiple PDFill Objects into clipboard
Copy Copy the selected text inside the current editor into clipboard;
Copy the selected Ink objects  into clipboard;
Copy the Current Object  into clipboard;
Copy the selected multiple PDFill Objects into clipboard
Paste Paste the saved text inside clipboard to the current editor;
Paste the saved Ink objects from clipboard;
Paste the saved single or multiple PDFill Objects into clipboard
Set Current Object as Default Set the current object as the default so that the next new object with the same type will have the same properties.
Save Current Object As Save the current object as a name so that it can be used later again and again. See how to Save, Manage and Use the saved PDFill objects
Inside Text Editor

Cut Text Cut the selected text inside the current editor into clipboard
Copy Text Copy the selected text inside the current editor into clipboard
Paste Text Paste the saved text inside clipboard to the current editor
Select All Text Select all the text inside the current editor
Spell Check on Current Text Spell Check on the text inside the current editor
Undo Typing inside Text Editor Undo the very last action in the text editor. (Only effective inside the current text box)
Redo Typing  inside Text Editor Repeat the very last action in the text editor (Only effective inside the current text box)
Save this Text into AutoFill List Save this text string into the AutoFill Text List.
See  AutoFill List for PDF Form Fields.
Select a text from AutoFill Text Select a text string that was saved from the AutoFill Text List.
See  AutoFill List for PDF Form Fields.
Align Tools

Multiple Selection Button Must be selected before use
Align Objects Left Click at least 2 objects before use
Align Objects Horizontal Middle Click at least 2 objects before use
Align Objects Right Click at least 2 objects before use
Align Objects Top Click at least 2 objects before use
Align Objects Vertical Center Click at least 2 objects before use
Align Objects Bottom Click at least 3 objects before use
Space Objects Evenly Across Click at least 3 objects before use
Space Objects Evenly Down Click at least 2 objects before use
Make Objects Same Width Click at least 2 objects before use
Make Objects Same Height Click at least 2 objects before use
Make Objects Same Width and Height Click at least 2 objects before use
Move or Copy selected Objects accurately with offset in X and Y Click at least 1 objects before use
Delete selected objects Click at least 1 objects before use
Move

Object

Move Selected Objects Left by One Point Click at least 1 objects before use
Move Selected Objects Right by One Point Click at least 1 objects before use
Move Selected Objects Up by One Point Click at least 1 objects before use
Move Selected Objects Down by One Point Click at least 1 objects before use
Group

Objects

Select at least two objects to group together Click at least 2 objects before use
Ungroup Click 1 grouped Object before use
Properties for Selected Multiple Objects Click at least 1 objects before use
Order

Change the order in the display of the objects:
  Bring to Front
  Send to Back
  Bring Forward
  Send Backward
Make Original Form Field Editable Make Current Original Form Field Editable Make current original text form field editable to have a new font name, size, style, and color. Press "F4" to see its properties.  See PDF Form Filler.
Make Entire Original Fields Editable Make entire original fields editable to have a new font name, size, style, and color. See PDF Form Filler.
Change Display Font Encode and Name Only Change Original Form Field's Display Font Encode and Name
Delete

Delete Selected Object Delete the current selected object.

PDF Form Field from the original form can be deleted. There are other ways: Move the cursor to the shadow area and then click the right mouse button, select "Delete Current Object" from the pop up menu;  Press “Ctrl + D” to delete the current object.  Press key "Delete".
Delete Current Page Delete Current page
Use PDF Redaction/ Eraser  Color If set, the area of redaction or the erased area is filled by this color. See PDFill Options/Default Value
Delete All Original Contents Draw a box to delete all the original contents: Image, Text, Shape, Original Comments and Original Form Field inside this  selection area.
See details in PDF Redaction and Eraser
Delete Original Image Only Click inside the image to select the entire image. Right click to extract this image into a PNG file or replace it with a new image.
Draw a box to delete part or entire part of image.
See details in PDF Redaction and Eraser
Delete Original Text Only Click inside the block of the original text to delete the entire block of Text.
Draw a box to select part of the text blocks.
See details in PDF Redaction and Eraser
Delete Original Shape Only Draw a box to delete all the shape inside this selection area.
See details in PDF Redaction and Eraser
Delete Original Comments Only Draw a box to delete all the original comments inside this selection area.
Delete Original Form Field Only Draw a box to delete all the original form fields inside this selection area.
Delete All Original Comments Set a Flag to delete all the original comments inside the document
Delete All Original Form Fields Delete all the original interactive form fields inside the document so that you can type onto the PDF page just as you use the typewriter. See PDF Form Filler.
Place Multiple Objects Table Tool to create Multiple New PDFill Objects in rows and columns. It is an important tools for PDF Form Maker.
Change Text Objects' Font Name

To replace some font name by new font name:
First, select a new font name;
Then, select texts inside Single line/Multiple line, Form Fields or a specified name;
Finally, click OK to have new font name.

Convert Commenting Text into Multiple Line Text Note: Adobe Reader will use its default font for PDF Commenting Text. So, the text style inside PDFill will be different than that inside Adobe Reader.
To exactly control  the text style (font encode, font name, font size and font style) in the PDF output , please use the Single Line Text or Multiple Line Text.

You can convert the Commenting Text into the Multiple Line Text so that the text inside PDFill will match the text inside the PDF output.

Copy Edited Objects from Another Project:

Copy the form fields or other filled PDFill objected from another PDFill project (PFL)

Copy PDF Form Fields from Another PDF:

Copy the PDF form fields or PDF form values from another PDF

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