Medicare, in its infinite wisdom (NOT) released a new (and
required) Health Insurance Claim Form.
I have a table that I use as a template to fill in the forms
(using openTBS it fills in automagically).
The problem is that when they revised the section for diagnoses,
they put the lines to close to together (vertically) that when I
make the rows fit, the (required) 12 pitch numbers are clipped on
the bottom. If I make the row height big enough (.021") to not
clip, the rows do not line up.
Back in the days of WordPerfect, I would use "advance to" and
then could slightly overlap the fields.
Anyone have any suggestions of how to approach this?
(form requires 12 pitch (pica) letters)
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