Importing data from Excel to generate "filled" PDF form that was created in Designer

Hi there
I have a form that was created in Designer.  The data that  I need to import is all in a Excel spreadsheet with the same fields as the form.
Is it possible to import all the data so that it generates a printed PDF with the data on each line of excel?
For example:
If my excel file shows:
First Name      Last Name     Phone Number        UserID
John               Doe               416-777-9970           johndoe997
Mike               Rogers           905-887-3398          mikerogers997
In this example I would like to generate a PDF form for John and for Mike, each with their details filled out on the form based on the data in the excel sheet
Thanks in advance!

Assuming you have Adobe Acrobat 11:

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