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Topic: How do I save data (NOT READER) in a fillable form?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154338
From: Webfly
Date: 9/19/2006 04:30 AM

My form was created in Designer (this office has Acrobat 7 Pro) from a MS Word (2003) document. I figured this out on my own, and have no background in creating PDFs prior to this assignment. Although I have figured out how to save the whole shebang (form and data) in a format that cannot be edited (jpeg), and just the data (export; save as text file), my boss rejects both of these options.
The only way I can do this to her satisfaction is to save the entered data IN the form (both together), and be able to update the data as needed.
Is this possible?

Laura

(BTW, File / Save As does not save my entered data - this was the first thing I tried.)

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