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Topic: Submit to ASP page using Reader... Other choices?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59402
From: aja
Date: 5/29/2002 05:38 PM

I need to submit a PDF form to a ASP page over an intranet using Acrobat Reader.
My users over my Intranet (more than 600) all have Acrobat Reader.
The function needed is a validation procedure using attached docs sent to individuals. So, those individuals receive a PDF by e-mail, open it by dblclk and should validate a record in the server submiting an ASP.

PROBLEM: Acrobat Reader doesn't allow me to submit. It demands a browser to do it.
QUESTION: I accept sugestions to turn arround the problem making it simple for users, just with 1 or 2 clicks. The users all have microsoft IE4.

Can any body help?
Jorge Albuquerque

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