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Topic: Saving a partially filled out PDF form for later editing
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 137880
From: denski
Date: 8/13/2005 07:45 AM

I have created a 7 page Word document with numerous 'table' fields that need to be filled out into a PDF form with Acrobat Pro ver 7.0. This is the first form I have made using the Windows version (my prior experience is with the Mac Pro version). The person I created them for wants to be able to keep adding/changing the text that he adds to the PDF form, until he finally prints it out. Basically he want to treat it as a normal document you would open/edit/save/open/edit....etc.

I know that Reader will not save the work.

Can he do this with Acrobat Standard v 7, or does he have to have the Pro version? Or are there other 3rd party solutions to his request that would allow repeated saving of this PDF form with all of his changes.

Thanks for any advice.
Yours truly,
Denski

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