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Topic: Fillable forms
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 136098
From: jbennett257
Date: 7/12/2005 01:42 AM

I am new to the world of pdf creation, so please excuse me if this question has been asked before. I recently created a form using Adobe Acrobat Pro that the used could fill in. My thought was that the users could fill the form in using Acrobat Reader, and save a copy locally. I discovered that this was not possible and called Adobe support where I was told that unless we bought an enterprise solution that we were basically out of luck.

Is there another product that I can use that will let me create a form that the user can fill in and save using the Reader??

Thanks for the help.


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