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I had adobe 8.0 and could edit and save adobe. wont save with 9.0

I had adobe 8.0 and could edit and save adobe files where i filled in data fields on forms. I downloaded version 9.0 and notes said I could no longer safe the information entered on form. Must I now download 8.0 again in order to safe data on forms ?

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Unfortunely yes, they put extra security on the latests version that make it quite hard to do any thing at all

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