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Old 05-05-2011, 08:43 AM
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Hi All,

I have completed the content of an Affidavit in a word document. It is currently 7 pages of my own text. The problem I have is that all of the online copies of a Form 14A are templated for only two pages. The 14A from Ontariocourtforms is a word document but I cannot figure out how to make more than 2 pages out of it.
can anyone help?

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Old 05-05-2011, 09:02 AM
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Hi All,

I have completed the content of an Affidavit in a word document. It is currently 7 pages of my own text. The problem I have is that all of the online copies of a Form 14A are templated for only two pages. The 14A from Ontariocourtforms is a word document but I cannot figure out how to make more than 2 pages out of it.
can anyone help?

tlwa
That because form is locked. Send me PM with your email I will help you.
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Old 05-06-2011, 05:01 AM
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You should be able to find it in .pdf form too - if that makes a difference?
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Hi All,

I have completed the content of an Affidavit in a word document. It is currently 7 pages of my own text. The problem I have is that all of the online copies of a Form 14A are templated for only two pages. The 14A from Ontariocourtforms is a word document but I cannot figure out how to make more than 2 pages out of it.
can anyone help?

tlwa
It's not a problem. In the upper right corner type the court name, file name, document (14A) author, and continuing page number (3, 4,5,6).
Type 'see attached 7 pages' in the affidavit form and file them together. I have affidavits for pages, never a problem.

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You should be able to find it in .pdf form too - if that makes a difference?
PDF will not help unless you have Adobe Acrobat. On a site they actually marked as for view only....

There is form assistant. I never use it and do not really know how it will handle a lots of text. You just have to remove form protection from the DOC document...
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It's not a problem. In the upper right corner type the court name, file name, document (14A) author, and continuing page number (3, 4,5,6).
Type 'see attached 7 pages' in the affidavit form and file them together. I have affidavits for pages, never a problem.

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I think that would look confusing for a Judge...
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