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Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???

Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???

Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???

(OP)
Adobe Acrobat Pro X is $449 and it says that it's required if we want to create forms to be filled in. However, none of the forms I've created can be saved or emailed by users in reader, so what't he point of creating fillable forms? No one prints anymore becuase then you'd have to fax it or scan it and if you're doing that anyway, why have a fillable form?

Am I missing something?

RE: Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???

(OP)
I figured this out. Wish we could delete our own posts.

RE: Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???


Perhaps, rather than delete the post, you could share what you figured out in case someone else has the same issue and stumbles across this thread.

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RE: Adobe Acrobat Pro X Forms cannot be saved by users???

(OP)
Saved the pdf from Acrobat > Reader Extended PDF > Enable Additional features fixed it.

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