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Topic: Acrobat 6 forms with Reader 5
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 107968
From: Jagatia
Date: 3/19/2004 11:46 PM

Hi All

I'm doing some testing with forms and I've created a simple dummy form using Acrobat 6 pro. I want to put this form on the staff intranet possibly main website and wish users to fill it in and submit it using the command button on the form via email. My problem is that the initial pdf form is created with Acrobat 6 and my users user adobe reader 5. I did a test and it brought up proxy errors when submitting, but when the form was downloaded to PC then run directly through reader it stated that it must be run from within a browser. Just wondering if anyone has experienced similar issues.

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