Try this - use a regular button. In the 'URL box ' of the 'Submit' Tab
of the button enter 'mailto:' followed by your email address (e.g.
email@example.com'). You can then choose the Submit type from the
Hi reperibile, you just need to copy that hidden field (_lockField) to
your form as well. Then make it a hidden field. the code references the
following structure:form > Page1 > _lockFieldYou can either match your
form structure the code (because your form has an unnamed page 1) , or
change the code to match the form structure. either way it will work.@
$nith$ - we are attaching a pdf to an email, we're not sending xml.
You need to reader enable the form in Adobe Acrobat. Click on Advanced
>Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader and Click Save Now. You can then
save areader enabled version of the form and users will be able to save
their datain the form.
I have added an example of this in the attached PDF...I have 5 fields on
the form. 4 can accept data and 1 is a hidden field (although i have
kept it visible for you to see how it behaves). Enter data into the 4
text fields and click on submit. You will see an alert telling you the
form is now being locked and an email pops up with the PDF attached and
is ready to be sent. If you then save the form and re-open it and you
get another popup telling you that the form has been locked.Basically