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Topic: PDF Forms @#!$@!
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 133804
From: lvannorman
Date: 6/2/2005 11:12 PM

Hello All,

I have been using Adobe for a while now, and everything I do in-house, all forms etc are working just fine.

I have now developed a form that I need to send to our head office and distributor for them to fill and send back to me. I have tested the form with our distributor and we are having the obvious problem. I have the full version of 6.0 professional while they only have the reader. Is there ANY way for them to fill in the form, save it, and e-mail it back to me as an attachment without losing all of the data they have filled in???

I am soon going to be reduced to using WORD or EXCEL for this form which would be a shame as I lose the capablity to use the radio buttons etc.

Any and ALL help would be greatly appreciated.

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