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Topic: Alternative to Saving Forms in Acrobat Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 39608
From: arm888
Date: 5/2/2002 08:20 AM

What are my alternatives for saving Acrobat forms when a user only has Acrobat Reader on their computer?

I'm able to put a print and reset button on the form. When the user fills out the form out, they want to save it, then attach it to an email and send it.

I understand that you cannot use the "maildoc" command in Reader, but now I've found that you can't save either. So, they can now only fill the form out and print it, and I know the company will not fork out the money to get Acrobat 5.0 for everyone.

I just know that somewhere, there is someone who is using Acrobat forms for those that do not have the application. If so, can you tell me how to do this?

Thanks,
Andrea

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