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Topic: web form
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 140787
From: jdwaters
Date: 10/7/2005 12:04 AM

I'm hoping there's an easy solution to this.
I'm using IIS and have a PDF with form fields created.
I do not have FDF Toolkit installed as I have not paid to be a ASN Developer, and I doubt my IT dept would install the toolkit anyways.

Is there a way using ASP or Javascript (or some other way) for the form data to be emailed? as plain ASCII text?

if so, is anything needed to repopulate the PDF with the form data?

does it have to be sent as an email attachment? as xml?

I'm not sure, but my customer may be satisfied with just receiving the data within a plain text email.

But I'd like to know what's involved with both potential solutions.

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