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    Adobe Acrobat X - fillable forms

    Hoping someone can advise.

    I have created a new job application form template in Acrobat X. It is all fine, I can fill in the forms etc and save it.

    When I email it to my colleague to send out to applicants, she tries to edit a couple of fields (ie job title etc.) and it won't let her. She can type in it, but as soon as she selects another field, the previous one empties.

    Does she need to have Acrobat X as well? And if so, I imagine if we roll this out to potential applicants, they will also not be able to fill in the form?

    Are there anyways around this? It seems quite a useless function if no-one else can use it!

    Thanks

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    I don't know if it is the same in 10, but in 8/9 you could go to Advanced, "Extend Features in Adobe Reader" - which allows them to save form data.

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