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How do you create a writable/SAVABLE PDF in Acrobat X for Mac? I have created a writable form, however, I need the form to be SAVABLE once the form has been filled out.
Marvin Bishop 886 days ago
Do you mean in Adobe Reader? All you need to do is go FIle – Save as – Reader Extended PDF – Enable Additional Features. This will allow Adobe reader users to fill in and save the form.Hope this helps?
Addendum: You must have Acrobat Pro to do that.
Gilad D (try67) Commented 886 days ago | Report
Sorry didnt explain that right, i meant in Acrobat X like you said in your title!
Sean Mitchell Commented 886 days ago | Report
Acrobat X can also be Acrobat X Standard, where you can't do it...
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