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Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES4 Need help with JavaScript Ref. Subtracting Time. - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2015
We have used the form Brake log sheet I created in Adobe Acrobat XI Pro with the current JavaScript to subtract time and it works fine. I am still trying to learn JavaScript language so please be patient with me. I would like to create the form in designer but need to get the script working. I imported the Acrobat form into Designer for the time being and as i have read you will have to correct some of the JavaScript but when i run it I receive no errors and it does not work so i do not know wer...

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Re: Saving content entered in a form created in LiveCycle Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 19-10-2015
You can also add a Email submit button and program it with a Email Address and Email subject.

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Re: Saving content entered in a form created in LiveCycle Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 15-10-2015
You can create the form in LiveCycle Designer, save it as a static PDF form, then open it in Acrobat and Select save as other, Select Reader Extended PDF then Select Enable more tools (includes form fill-in & save)... This will allow other people to fill in the form and save/send the form were ever they want to. I hope this helps you.

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