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Adobe Pro XI Form Editing

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Ok, trying to edit a PDF form but not having any luck.  I did it once before but for I cannot figure it out.

 

We have a form we submit via email or online.  People submit the form and it its emailed to a specific person and a copy saved in a network location.  The person the form is getting emailed to now is no longer with the company.  So I need to edit that email address so when users click the submit button, it gets sent to the right person.  I also need to verify the save to location for the copy on the network.

 

Ideas?

 

thanks

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There is a program with Acrobat called Adobe Live Cycle Designer ES 8.2. At least with Version 9.0+ which I currently have.

This has always allowed me to edit the forms and save them to fill-able PDF's. Look for that program and see if it works

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There is a program with Acrobat called Adobe Live Cycle Designer ES 8.2. At least with Version 9.0+ which I currently have.

This has always allowed me to edit the forms and save them to fill-able PDF's. Look for that program and see if it works

 

Called Adobe FormsCentral now but apparently wont let me do anything until I upgrade.

 

I dont remember using a diff Adobe program to edit the PDFs before.

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Interesting. I have been with V.9 for years now and will need to upgrade


Ahh I see that form central is online based. With Live Cycle it was all local which has been convenient for me. Built at least 10 forms for myself or others using this tool.

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I figured it out.  Had to go in to the ID section of preferences and change the info there.  Then redistribute the form.  Yea, simple setting but PITA to find for some reason.   Must be an off day....;)

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