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Topic: Why does my emailed PDF convert to XML?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 167300
From: shamis
Date: 9/29/2008 01:13 AM

I created an interactive pdf form in adobe livecycle. I uploaded it to my site and my customers can fill it out, upload a photo to the form and email the form to me. Everything thus far is great.

But when the completed form is emailed to me, it has an .xml extension instead of the .pdf extension and I can only open it in Adobe Dreamweaver. Which is a little ok, because I can view their submission in text, but I can view the attached photo and I'd rather be able to view it as the pdf I created.

Any ideas on what to do. Keep in mind I am self taught, lol

TIA


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