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[libreoffice-users] Re: Writer form field forced to UPPER case


Le 28/09/2019 à 08:57, Roderick A. Anderson a écrit :
> OK my Google foo is defective.
>
> I'm trying to build a PDF membership (501.c.3) form using LibreOffice
> Writer.
>
> One of the fields should be upper case.  Is there a form control that
> will convert entered text to upper case?
>

As others have said, there is no default control that allows you to do
this in Writer and have it function in an exported PDF form.

One suggestion might be to see whether you can embed a JS script in your
PDF form for that control that does this for you, see for example, this
thread :

https://answers.acrobatusers.com/how-make-form-field-caps-q38840.aspx

I honestly don't know whether this is possible from within Writer when
you create and export the form to FPDF.


Alex


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