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Topic: Printing Java Script
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 92693
From: DrRay
Date: 7/23/2003 10:49 AM

I have a multiple-page form. A button is created on these pages by which the end user (using the Acrobat Reader only- not a browser) can print the form and is prompted to fill in the required fields- thanks to the java script associated with the print button.

Problem is, the end users can bypass this print button and instead use the print function on the reader itself, therefore printing the form without getting prompted for the empty required fields.

When the print option is disabled under security, although the printing feature is disabled, the print button is disabled too.

Question: How can I configure the print button to print while the printing option is disabled? Or, how can I configure the reader's built-in print function so that it would prompt the user to fill-in the required fields.

Thank you

Acrobat 5.0
Windows 2000, professional

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