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Topic: I found the golden ticket!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 68482
From: mczajka
Date: 7/11/2002 07:21 AM

Ok this is quite the odd one - I want a big prize from Adobe. For some reason, the number "277", typed into any of the Doc Info fields, ALONE, does not save within Acrobat 5 (Windows 2000 or Mac OS 9.2 tested). Number 276 works, 278 works????

It does work in Acrobat 4.05.

Isn't this odd? Try it for yourself.

I'm using a footer form field with a calculated start page which is derived from the keyword field. Unfortunately this number does not work in any of the fields when the PDF is saved with Acrobat 5.

I even created a blank page and it didn't work, so it's not a corrupt file.

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