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Topic: ActivePDF 4.0 and Form Fields
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136513
From: Dcammaro
Date: 7/20/2005 02:25 AM

We are currently building an ASP.Net application which allows users to generate a form filled PDF. We are using activePDF toolkit 4.0 for this process and it works with out a hitch.

The problem we are having is that, once the PDF is generated we would like to append a "SUBMIT" button on the newly created PDF so that the user can submit the PDF to save.

For some reason when we use the toolKits Addform method, it generates a borderless/colorless button (its invisiable). We have tried every option and property setting (changing the color, the border size...etc) and nothing works.

Has anyone else had a similar problem??

Also, the documentation for the toolkit makes no mention of the scrips used to control the button clicks. It simply states to set the script property to a string containing the script????

I've spend the past 3 days reading the documentation for the toolkit and searching this forum and still havent found any answers. ANY help would be appreciated.

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