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Topic: CutePDF Form Filler + PDF web forms
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 168217
From: mefferz
Date: 12/12/2008 05:47 AM

Hello! I'm trying to find a cost effective enterprise solution for us to open a PDF form via weblink and add data to the existing fields and save in electronic format. I'm experimenting with the trial version of CutePDF Form Filler 3.5 and it seems like it would work great since it integrates with Adobe Reader, EXCEPT it is wiping the data that is already pre-filled in some fields. Adobe Reader works fine by itself and the data stays intact, but of course you can't add new data to the fields and save it with just Reader.

Anyone have suggestions on how to get around this or another product that would satisfy this need? Any info is appreciated. Thank you!


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