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Topic: Create online odf forms for submitting information
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 127284
From: harrismirza
Date: 2/7/2005 04:33 PM

Hi,
I am a newbie and planning to buy acrobat. I have question.

I want to create a web based form in pdf where people can go and complete the pdf application over the web. i mean where it says first name they fill their name in __________ etc.....

i have two options. can the form be saved and can they print it.

also can it be stored into some kind of database. or so. goal is if they can fill it out and it get stored and then i can go and check and approve or so.

can i create a form like that in acrobatprofessional. how do i do that. plz guide.


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