Ok, those of you who actually use the One-Page Character Sheet I designed, please send me a PM (or post if you have other suggestions/comments) and tell me if you want me to take out the Appraise and Perform() skills and replace them with more blank space at the bottom (or other skills) or if you want me to leave it as is. :?
If the vote comes out in favor of a change by the end of the week, I'll try to change it over the weekend. 8)
[edit - a little bit later]
I played around with Acrobat 5.x a little more, and found that the text in the skills table can be modified with the "Text Touch-Up" tool. So rather than going thru the trouble to have a vote, tally votes, change it, and just ending up with different people unhappy, I'm going to tell you how to change it yourself. You will need a full version of Acrobat to do this - the reader is not enough.
- Open forms file. Find a skill you don't use, and click on the text with the Text Touch Up tool.
- Change the text to match a skill you want to insert. Adjust the text in the Key Ability column also if needed.
- If the Key Ability didn't change, you're finished! If it changed, then you need to also:
- Click on the Form Tool, and click the form for the Ability Mod column that matches the skill you changed.
- Delete the form. When asked if you want to delete all occurences of the form, click NO.
- Find a form in the Ability Mod colum that matches the Ability Mod you want to be there. Click on it and copy it (Edit|Copy).
- Paste the Form (Edit|Paste) and move it to line up in the column with the other ones.
- Right click on the Form in the TOTAL column and choose Properties. Under the Calculate tab, change the formula so that the Ability Mod matches the name of the ability mod you just pasted in in step 3d. [example: Change "ChaMod" to "IntMod" when changing the Perform() skill into Profession()]
- Click OK. Click on the Hand Tool (or other tool) to get out of Form editing mode.
It's not as hard as I make it look. Really.