In the case statement that locks the field , you can do a further test for an object by that name and exclude it from being locked.
The sample form is posted as an attachment in a previous post of this thread.
I have been reading all the post pertaining to saving a fillable form once filled in by employee to a standard pdf file. It appears you have written some could which would do this. Is it possible to obtain this code. I designed the form in Designer 7.0 .
The topic of this thread is of interest to me as well. I have a form that we are using to create a document that we want to save as a uneditable pdf that we will send to our customers. What I would like to be able to do is to create the form in lifecycle, with a "button" on it for the person to lock the form with the data in it, and save the document as a new pdf.
I am a newbie to LifeCycle Designer 8 but have had great success creating fillable forms that can be accessed through our intranet. Once the form has been completed by people using Adobe Reader I would like them to submit the form by email but I do not want the recipients to be able to change the information submitted on the form. (I have also chosen the Acrobat 8 Pro option "Enable User Rights in Adobe Reader")
Do you have a script that would help me prevent the recipients from changing the submitted information? If so please send to: email@example.com
The sample was posted in th eprevious post to this one ...you can simply grab it from there.
Thanks very much