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Topic: Signing Documents
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 107143
From: LewisVPDI
Date: 3/5/2004 12:55 PM

Is this scenario possible?
1. Webmaster A creates a form in Adobe 6.0. The form has several text boxes and checkboxes for a user to fill out. He posts it on the web.
2. User A downloads the PDF form from the Internet, fills in the textboxes and checkboxes as needed. Saves on his/her PC, then emails to User B.
3. User B must "sign" the form.
Is there a way to "reserve" or Lock a particular textbox or signature field that only User B can sign?
If this is not possible, could the workflow be changed so it goes from Webmaster A to User A back to Webmaster A to fill in the signature field?

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