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>I've created some forms in PDF that users can fill out online in Acrobat
>Reader, or through a browser using an Acrobat Reader plug-in.
>I want my users to be able to save the form under another name so they can
>re-use it and not have to retype the repetitive parts of the info every time
>they open the PDF document.
>Can Acrobat Reader offer this functionality? Are there settings in Acrobat
>Exchange I need to include to allow this saving?
Saving is not allowed in Acrobat Reader - it is just a Reader. This is
by design, and Adobe forbid any third party development which would
remove this restriction.
Adobe like to sell copies of Exchange, for some reason.
>Your help is most appreciated. Please respond directly to my e-mail
>address: milkor -at- tdbank -dot- ca
No, sorry. If you can't visit the group directly, try DejaNews.
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