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Topic: acrobat 6 requirements
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 99724
From: john-i4media
Date: 11/5/2003 12:39 AM

I have been asked to produce a interactive training manual for a client.

The original document is supplied in PDF format and the client wishes to be able to fill in the document using either the standard "free" acrobat viewer or another "free" reader type program, as it would be far too costly to purchase the copyrights for each trainee.

The client also requires the questions, which they answer to be possibly checked to see if they are correct or the answers to be saved and emailed to a manager.

Could you please advise me: can acrobat 6 professional fulfil this criteria? and is it possible to fill in a PDF document using only the reader?

If these requirements cannot be fulfilled by acrobat, could you advise me of another product?

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