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Re: problems emailing PDF form
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Hi Hunter...I'm new to JavaScript and LiveCycle Designer ES4 myself but I've managed to figure out how to send an email of my form via a button. Although, now I'm trying to figure out how to change the attached form name it defaults to, the email still works with a field inserted into the subject and body.The button I created is simply a submit button but with the "Control Type" as regular. I've also added JavaScript to the button. This works with MS Outlook 2010. Hope this helps... var SbjtStr ...

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Re: Email script
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Hi, this is great info for me as I've been trying to manage a BUTTON to send out an email strictly as a PDF file. The attached form needs to be in the name the form was initially saved. I'm using your example below but it is sending the PDF form as an XML file. My problem is I'm not sure what type of "Control Type" button under the "Field" object I should use and I want to make sure that form sent is 1) In the name of the form being sent, and 2) is being sent as a PDF file. Thanks for your help....

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