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Topic: MSWord to PDF conversion Problems
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 155618
From: karunaini
Date: 10/28/2006 04:47 AM

Hi,

I have this form that i made using MsWord and then converted it to PDF format using acrobat professional 6.0. Now i want that users should be able to go in and fill in information in the fields that require input from the user like name, address, date of birth etc. The user should not be able to go in and modify any form fields, they should just be able to fill in the required info online.

I am new to Adobe and any help is greatly appreciated. Can forms only be used using Adobe Writer or will Adobe Pofessional 6.9 do just as well??? How great is CutePDf when trying to create forms using PDF, or should i just stick to Adobe?

Thanks.


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