How to use the Adobe® Fill in the blanks sheet.
You can fill and save any Acrobat © document, if you have Standard or Professional Adobe. If you do not have the Acrobat® writer, you can read and fill in, save and Email the forms on my page with the FREE version of Acrobat® that you get here.
After you have clicked on the link you will see a fill in the
blanks document. Fill in the blanks. The form has helpful hints
and you should get be able to complete the form easily. Explorer ®
or Mozilla Firefox ® should be able to remember the blanks so it
should go pretty fast the second time. When you are done filling
in the form you can either print it and then FAX it to me or you
can Email it to me. I recommend saving a copy no matter what you
do. E-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org, please follow up with a phone
call 800-644-1924 X 103 if you do not get a return e-mail that I
am doing the project, to make certain the e-mail is not in some
spam bucket or caught in some internet storage bin lost in the
electronic maze. To send the e-mail there should be an icon at
the top of you Acrobat® screen right beside the little disk that
you use to save the file. If it is not there, just hold the
mouse pointer over the disk and click with your RIGHT finger,
you will see a drop down menu with the option to email a copy.
It will ask you if you want to send a link or a copy to the
person. Send a copy of the file. If that fails, just make a copy
and attach it to an email to me. There is usually a little paper
clip icon in your favorite e-mail client that you can select to
attache a file to the email that you send me. I will always send
you a notice that I got your email and that I have sent the plan
to you. Most of the time I will even call you. If you have more
sheets or the job is not on the internet -County, City or other
Agencies Jobs. Please scan the information that you have or
default to the old FAX. (310)937-8642
Fill in the form, print it. Put the printed form in your FAX and send it to (310) 937-8642 . This is the most secure, since FAX does not get lost in the ethernet.
Otherwise Call me at 800-644-1924 X 103 we can always just talk about the project. I more that likely will wax philosophical or have some humorous bromide to share with you.
Dan Napier, CIH
July 16, 2012