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Topic: HELP with Acrobat Approval Export Data
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 72833
From: altibor
Date: 9/24/2002 12:10 AM

Hello all - its been awhile! But now i must come back to an old friend for help!!

We are implementing the Acrobat Approval tool as an online forms solution. All forms are in house, and are accessed though our intranet using Internet Explorer.

Acrobat Approval is installed on the desktops of the users who need to access the forms. Once the user fills out the form, the data must be exported out in 'XFDF' format (XML).

Now, my problem lies in the fact that the only way to export data in Approval is through 'File/Export/Form Data' - there is no button to click on.

What I need is an "Export Data" button that defaults to file type 'xfdf'. I need this button to be available to the users (who have Approval on their desktop) when the form is accessed through Internet Explorer.
Thanks for any advice!!

Alan Tibor
Document Systems
Assurant Group


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