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06-02-2011 01:24 PM
I am having the same issue. I have people who go into the field and complete PDF forms ofr insurance purposes and they would love be be able to do this in a playbook. Our company has several hundred users who all have BB smartphones and if they could couple them with P-Books, I'm sure that they would be happy.
Hey SW Developers/Adobe, . . . . . . . . Any change of a major upgrade to Adobe Acrobat or a different PDF viewer which would allow us to complete & save PDF forms on the PlayBook???
08-09-2011 05:37 PM
Welcome to my world, yes we do need some one to figure it out how we can use fill in PDF forms. I consider my self some what knowledgeable about fill in forms, be cause I create many of them and some of them with java script. The only forms or sheets you can manipulate and save on your PlayBook is Word and Excel. PDF form you can only read them not save them but of course you can e-mail them from Playbook as attachments. I think what's happening is when we upload PDF forms to the Smart Phone or the Play Book it is arriving FLATTEN.
I believe ADOBE should look in to this matter why the fill form arriving to Playbook or Smartphone FLATTEND.
If any one knows how lets have it.....
08-10-2011 06:45 AM
02-10-2012 02:41 PM
Yes my friend, THERE IS A SOLUTION!!!!
1- Buy yourself an Iphone
2- Go into Itunes store and look for the application: "Type on PDF free"
3- Download for free and start filling out PDF forms.
Now, wasn´t that a piece of cake???
06-05-2013 09:08 AM
Yes there is a program, it is small cost but we'll worth it. Staff are extremely helpful.
Look up Qpdf Notes.
After lots of searching I found this and use it all the time, I design my own forms as well for use, some tweaking can be done but I found give the developers an email and they very quickly return.