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Saving interactive form (PDF)

Hello: I am sooo excited.
I mastered how to create, and test successfully, an interactive PDF form.
I do not know how to SAVE it so that it can be used an interactive PDF.

When I test the Submit By Email button it DOES come to my e-mail address but in html language.

Any assistance is appreciated.
-Jay

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You have to select Forms on the top menu,
Then Distribute. Form is now ready to be filled in.
Hope this answered your question.

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