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06-02-2019

Can anyone tell me what needs to be done for an Adobe Livecycle form to work in Adobe Reader on a MAC?

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No changes need to be made. The XFA engine exists on all modern desktop versions of Adobe Acrobat/Reader.

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Thank you for the response.  Any thoughts on why a form with calculations may not function properly on a MAC?