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Hi, the solution suggested by MHWinter works, i.e. using Acrobat to "Save as Other > Reader-Extended PDF". Thanks!

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Hi Manoj, will explore the compatibility mode option for Livecycle in W10. I feel the server option is almost overkill for how we are using these forms but may be the only way to go. Thanks again Martin

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Hi, thanks for your suggestion. Will explore this but wonder if AEM dynamic forms will work once they have been saved again in Acrobat. Thanks again Martin

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Hi Manoj, Thanks for your response. We were able to enable extend extended features in Livecycle without using a server or certificate and expected we would do the same in a stand alone version of AEM Forms Designer. We only have AEM Forms Designer and do not have a server set up. Does setting up a server require an additional licence? Best regards,Martin

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We have a number of forms that were created using Adobe Livecycle and when moving to Windows 10 were advised to use AEM Forms Designer, as Adobe Livecycle was no longer supported. The Adobe Livecycle forms had enabled extended features in Adobe Reader as the forms are shared on our public web site for downloading. The user completes the form (using Adobe Reader) and emails it to us.We have now discovered that when we try to edit the original forms in AEM Forms Designer that the enabled extended ...

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