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Topic: "Save As" function greyed out
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 97072
From: cmcbeath
Date: 9/25/2003 12:36 AM

I am currently working with a Acrobat PDF form that was previously created in Acrobat5.0. I had security set to only allow filling in of form data and commenting the document. Our users access the document via Acrobat Approval 5 and everything had been working fine. I recently added a page of content (no form fields) with Acrobat6 then saved it. Now the Acrobat Approval 5 users can view and fill in the form fields but cannot do a save as function from the menu bar. I even went in a removed all security on the document, and they still can't see the "save as" option as they could before. Anyone come accross this before? ... please?


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