Zolosho I have one more requirement: What when you distribute the form or put in on web page? Hi I am attempting to create a PDF etract which when completed and returned will contain multiple attachments. Taking the second option is the best- provided you have the necessary budget to do it Let me know if you have anymore questions Thanks Girish. If the form were static or an acroformyou would be able to Reader-enable the document with just Acrobat and users would be liveyccle to attach files as comments. Also, if I use acrobat. If u have any sample source code, pleshare.
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The option to attach a file will then become available in Reader. If the form were static or an acroform , you would be able to Reader-enable the document with just Acrobat and users would be able to attach files as comments. By George Johnson Edit Answer for another -1 minute Do you need the user to be able to add attachments? Is the form static or dynamic? George Johnson Edit Answer for another 1 minute Yes, the user using a reader must be able to add attachments, save the file and submit via email.
The form is set up as dynamic. Academic Affairs Edit Answer for another 7 minutes Would I be able to resave the form as a Static form and have that reader enabled functionality? Academic Affairs Edit Answer for another minute Yes, you can Reader-enable a static XFA form and it will allow users to attach files as comments, using the corresponding "Attach File" commenting tool.
The document can be enabled with just Acrobat. You will have to instruct the users how to do it since it is a manual process. George Johnson Edit Answer for another minute Thank you very much.
Will they be able to save a copy as well?? I also incorporated a Submit by email button. Academic Affairs Edit Answer for another 2 minutes Yes, they will be able to save locally and submit by email.
George Johnson Edit Answer for another -4 minute Sorry to bother again, but is the attch file unde Comment the only option for this. Why am I unable to use the attch a file feature under tools?
Retrieving File Attachments from Tasks
You may sometimes need to integrate paper-based tasks in a digital workflow. Now that the security questions are answered, you can enter in the Enter ID field, and click the Call Web Service button. Word, Excel, img, jpg,… A subform was created and a list box created to hold the filenames for attachments. Dane October 15, at 4: You can contact your local Adobe sales office They should be able to lkvecycle you a quote. Thank you so much!!!! But when I click on the buttons in the preview, or in Acrobat, there is no response. You extraxt do this by opening the form in livecycle designer, and from the File Form Properties select the variable tab and create a variable called counter and set its value to 0.
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