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Topic: Re: What is wrong when saving in XDP format. (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 99159
Date: 10/26/2003 05:07 AM
There have always been features in the specification which became
available only later on (remember the Tagged PDF stories with Acrobat
That design tool will very most likely be an application on its own.
However, it is a _design_ tool, and for enhancing and serious
testing, you still would need Acrobat. Therefore, your investment in
Acrobat 6 is definitely worthwile.
From what I have seen so far, the XDP format is very interesting.
Hope, this can help.
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>I agree. Would have been nice if they'd been clearer about the "XDP
>Support" in Acrobat 6.
>Is XML Forms Designer going to be an Acrobat add-on, or a different
>version of Acrobat? I'm just wondering if purchasing Acrobat 6 was
>a waste, or if I'll actually need it once the Forms Designer is
>Anyone know if they are seeking Beta testers? I have a system right
>now that collects data for a form, stores it in a database, then
>pipes the data into a fillable PDF (using WebSupergoo ABCPDF for
>.NET) so the user can print it and sign it. Sounds like the new XDP
>format will be a nice alternative.