[G4] Type-able PDFs

Jim Manley jpmanley at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 10:31:56 PST 2006

Then how can the IRS have an online PDF that you can type in through  
your browser?
James Paul Manley
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Jim Manley's Photoshop Elements Page

On Mar 6, 2006, at 11:28 AM, joshua hough wrote:

> Right, although you cannot offer a PDF that the general public can  
> fill out and re-save as a PDF.  Unless you have a specific audience  
> of people who all own Acrobat Professional.  This has to do with  
> Adobe's licensing arrangement.  If it fits your needs and budget,  
> you can purchase their server-based solution that allows the form  
> data to be submitted electronically from Reader and collected in  
> some kind of repository.  Otherwise printing a hard copy of the  
> completed form is the only option.
> -Josh
>> From: DaleH dhoff at margnat.com
>> Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 20:11:50 -0500
>> To: g4 at listserver.themacintoshguy.com
>> Subject: Re: [G4] Type-able PDFs
>> James,
>> Acrobat the paid-for authoring version allows creation of Form fields
>> which are editable in Acrobat the free-for-downloading Reader. The
>> fields can be saved, emailed, and dealt with as data.
>> DaleH
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