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Topic: xml files sent via email
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 150744
From: juf2f
Date: 6/8/2006 12:17 AM

hi!

I'm totally new two Adobe designer so don't go too deep into complicated stuff!

I want to send a form and get the data back. seems simple.

the way I use is that I send the form with a submit by email button. then it returns an xml file that I have to import into acrobat 7.

Is there a better way to do what I want?

then, the file that I get doesn't show in the original pdf file. the error it gives reads as this:
Xml parsing error: not well-formed (invalid token) (error code 4), line 36, column 5 of file...

That's only when I email the file. when I save the file on my cpu and then import it, it works perfect.

anyway I hope to get a good reply because it seems so simple...

thanks!

Julien


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