You can download this PDF file from Road Course Application
If you use this and find any errors, please let me know so that I can correct.
Below is screen print of top portion of first page completed using this input form.
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quote:Originally posted by Jim Gilmer:
Thanks for this. I plan on using it myself as well as posting it on the NY Measurers google group. Two questions:
1. Can I dump the form data into a file? Would be great for cert reviews.
2. Can calculation formulas be incorporated in input boxes, as one would do in a spreadsheet?
quote:Originally posted by Duane Russell:
I have incorporated the entire application into Excel. I have tabs for 5k, 10k, Half, and Marathon. Each can be modified for specific situations. They can be found at
Excel 2003 worksheet and Excel 2007 worksheet
I like them, as they can be saved as PDF for mailng/emailing, or the measurers in my states can email the Excel to me, whichever they prefer.
quote:Originally posted by Bob Baumel:
That was a nice idea, modifying the application forms by adding form fields. I've just followed up on this idea by modifying the version currently posted at http://www.usatf.org/events/co...anual/appendix-f.asp by "typewriter enabling" the entire packet of app forms. This means that you can "type" anywhere on any of the forms in the packet using the Typewriter tool in Adobe Reader 7.0 or greater, and you can save the results using just Adobe Reader (as opposed to full Acrobat). The versions you've currently produced have form fields (which my typewriter-enabled versions don't) but if you have only Adobe Reader (rather than full Acrobat or similar software), the filled-out forms can only be printed--they can't be saved electronically. I noticed also that your RoadCourseApplication.pdf is a huge file--nearly three quarters of a megabyte. Do you have any idea why it's so big?
We can combine these ideas by producing versions with form fields that allow saving. But, for now, my typewriter enabled versions provide most of the functionality.
quote:Originally posted by Gene Newman:
I see all the Certificates and there are many Certifiers that have excellent Certificates. Take a look online and see what I mean.
I realize that this is an old topic but I'm trying to figure out to fill out the "Fillable" application forms available on the website. The links in this topic are all dead end "404 Error". The example in the attached screenshot shows where I run into trouble. Single line forms boxs work but a multiple line box will not allow me to enter calibration data. I guess I missed something in training. I appreciate it if anyone can point me in the right direction. Thanks
The forms are also attached.
I found the problem. I was using an older version of Adobe. With the June update I now have the tools to add text. Thanks
Can you post updated links? The links you sent return 404s.
Jim's attachment above works for me.
It is also available on the USATF website at www.usatf.org. They recently revamped their website so any links from previous threads will no longer work. Once you are on the main usatf page go to Resources and then select Course Certification. Then select Certification Procedures, and then click on the banner that says "Application For Course Certification"
The direct link to the above is
We no longer have direct control of any of our pages on the USATF website.
We do have control of the RRTC website, and plan to keep this site updated with the latest info. Right now though, some of the links on rrtc.net point back to the old USATF website, so are no longer available. This will be updated soon.
Great, thanks, Mark.