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Wanting to be able to save what is typed in the form fields I mak

I have a word doc. that made into a pdf. with the 6.0 Professional and the form fields for like: Name address email, etc. I want the person who is filling the pdf form out to be able to save it so they can email it back to me. But I can not seem to find in the help section to show how to keep it from deleting when you go to save or print or to email the form back.

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Pdf is made not to be modified unless they have a pdf professional themselves. i recommend to use a web based application form.

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I AM TRYING TO FILL IN AN APPLICATION FORM IN A PDF FILE AND I DON'T GET ANY OPTIONS TO HIGHLIGHT TEXTS. IS IT BECAUSE THE COMPUTER I'M USING DOESN'T HAVE MICROSOFT WORD INSTALLED?


What program did you use to open the PDF? If you opened it with the default program, you probably used Adobe Reader which does not allow you to edit PDFs. You can import PDFs into several Office suites with add-ons. For example, Open Office 3 has a PDF add-on that lets the PDF be opened and modified in Draw and Impress. There are also online PDF editors and some low cost alternatives to Adobe Acrobat is the full program that makes PDFs. PDFill PDF Editor gets some good reviews
http://download.cnet.com/PDFill-PDF-Editor/3000-6675_4-10295757.html
as does www.pdfescape.com/ (an on-line option). Please note that most will put their logo on your document as a footer or somewhere unless you use a paid version.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(word does the PDF import more easily as I recall (possibly with an add-on) but there are alternatives.)

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Easy one for you i guess , but i have just designed a sales page in word but i dont know how to save it so it can be uploaded to my host ? what should i save it as and what type of file ??


if you are using microsoft office 2007 then by default it save as docx form..... I suggest you to save this file into the doc 2003 which have a utility in ofice..to convert in doc 2003 format...(because most of the user still using office 2003)

Just go to file option menu and there is option for save as click and save this doc.....(if you find a solution plz rated us)

Hope it will wrk for you

May 14, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I want to add two value of two field and display another field in form of ms access 2003


set field number 3 = to sum of first 2

example
A1 = 5
B1 = 6
C1 = A1+B1 which will make C1 show 11
type in C1 = then move cursor (arrow key) over to A1 then type + then move cursor to B1 then hit enter - formula showing in C1 on top should show
=A1+B1 and valud in cell should show 11

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You need to set up security and different profiles for different people. that is the safest way. But an easier way is to have you enter data in one form and them enter their data in another form. In their form edit the properties of the fields that you want left alone. You need to set the properties to locked in the form where they do their data entry but leave them unlocked where you do your data entry. Just creat a second form by saving the first one under a different name. Also you might want to remove the fields from the tab stop list.

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Access to PDF files on email attachments


Try checking the file association. Open the Control Panel, Click on Folder Options, Select the File Types tab, Scroll down to locate the PDF extension, Select the PDF extension, Look below in the Details for PDF extension and select Change, locate and select Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader, then make sure there is a check mark in the "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file", Click on OK and then close.

Oct 15, 2008 | Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional for PC

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Microsoft word not responds


TRY SAVING IN ALL FORMS OF WORD

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May 27, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Printing a 2007 Word document on Word 2000 and yes I've tried the Converter but to no use.


Open the document in word 2007, click file, save as and in the save as dialog box at the very bottom is a field "save as type" Click the down arrow and scroll down to and select Word 6.0/95(*.doc)
In the File Name: field type a new name so that you don't save over your original.
Click save.
The new file will open in word 2000.

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populate the field's controlsource with =forms.formname.field and then from the properties of the new field change the format to a required one, on saving it will use that format.

Dec 07, 2007 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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You need to protect the form (Protect Document, Editing Restrictions (Filling in Forms) then Start Enforcing Protection, the drop down menu will then work.

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