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Topic: Submit via email and auto rename pdffrom inputted text field data
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 127309
From: okiman
Date: 2/8/2005 01:17 AM

Hi - I didnt know there was so much to pdf and having gone round in circles searching hope someone can help me.

I made a form using Adobe Designer 7.0

I would like to know is it possible to automatically rename the pdf using information from a text field in the form.

So - my doc is called

okiman.pdf

on the form the first text field is for a person's name
then 2nd text field is for the date.

is there a way that when the "submit by email" button is pressed the name of the pdf file is changed to text field 1+2. pdf

eg. if my name was jon and it is feb - when I hit submit by email the emailed pdf file is called jonfeb.pdf

thanks in advance for any help

okiman


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