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Topic: FORMS
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 123053
From: rajvalley
Date: 12/1/2004 12:22 AM

HI

I am trying to create a master form (which i have done) where the
user name and passwords fields will be different every time. Once the
fields have been filled in (new u/p created for our web site) i wish to
'save as' a pdf and send the pdf as an attachment with the new user/
pass details, together with terms and conditions to the client. However
when i view the document in 'preview' it dosent show any of the fields i
have created, nor does it show the details i have entered into the form.

A lot of our clients will either have Acrobat reader or preview (mac
based) on their computers.

Can you help me to find a way to save this form so that all fields that are
filled in show up in the doc.

thanks


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