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Topic: Reader can't save user inputted data?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 134331
From: toko
Date: 6/11/2005 02:30 AM

I created a fill-in PDF with acrobat 6.0 professional and I thought that users could add text into the fields and then save it to their local drive or and review the text they wrote in at a later time.

I believe I have even done this myself in the past using only the reader. But Acrobat (reader) keeps displaying this message which has me baffled:

"Acrobat Reader does not save the data you enter in to form fields. When you've completed this form you may be able to submit it for futhure processing or print it. Yadda yadda..."

Is there any setting I can turn on which would allow them to save?

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