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Re: Electronic forms with Acrobat 7 Standard - Adobe LiveCycle 12-05-2006
No. You will need Acrobat 7 Professional to create the form template. Acrobat 7 Standard does not have form tools.

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Re: Save PDF file with all data typed into form by using Adobe Reader! HELP! - Adobe LiveCycle 08-02-2006
Hi Daniel,I'm surprised you would say that. Most of the US Gov't agencies have moved to PDF for their form solutions due to the fidelity of the layout as well as compliance issues.

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Re: Save PDF file with all data typed into form by using Adobe Reader! HELP! - Adobe LiveCycle 08-02-2006
Hi Daniel,There is no trial version of Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions, if you send me your form I can create a "draft" version (with a watermark) for testing.Also - the best way to stay up on developer events is visit http://developer.adobe.com/events

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Re: Save PDF file with all data typed into form by using Adobe Reader! HELP! - Adobe LiveCycle 05-02-2006
Hi Daniel,The difference is that the IRS forms have been passed through Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions which allows anyone with Adobe Reader to save the form and the form data. When you open your form - there is a message bar at the top that says "You can not save data typed into this form." Whereas if you notice the message bar in the IRS form it says "This form has document rights applied to it. These rights allow anyone completing this form, with the free Adobe Reader, to save their filled...

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Re: Adobe Reader and Web Services - Adobe LiveCycle 17-11-2005
You can *NOT* use SOAP Web Services with Reader *unless* the PDF document has been extended with Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions.

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Re: submit document via webservice - Adobe LiveCycle 13-10-2005
If everyone has Acrobat 7 Pro or Acrobat 7 Standard then the form does not need to be extended. If the client application is Reader - then you do need the form to be extended.

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Re: Buttons work in acrobat 7 pro but not in reader 7 - Adobe LiveCycle 11-10-2005
Using a datasource to connect to a database is a feature of Acrobat Standard and Acrobat Professional.To enable database connectivity to work with Adobe Reader the PDF document must be Reader-Enabled with Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions

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Re: Adobe LiveCycle User Group Meeting - Chicago - Adobe LiveCycle 30-09-2005
Hi - Mike is on vacation today, so I thought I would chime in to clarify. This event will cover BOTH desktop and server technologies. Part of the day will cover Acrobat/Reader/PDF and the development environment there; part of the day will cover the J2EE-based LiveCycle family of tools/solutions. This is an opportunity to understand (and put in context) the full scope of the development opportunities from Adobe in this 'Intelligent Documents' space.You are 100% correct in that it *can* be confus...

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Adobe Enterprise Developer Program is LIVE! - Adobe LiveCycle 20-09-2005
I'm happy to announce a brand new developer program targetting individual developers. Benefits include: - Developer licenses of all Adobe enterprise software, including Adobe LiveCycle & Adobe Acrobat - Unlimited e-mail and web based support for 1 year - Access to pre-release software, SDKs and other tools to help make development easier - Monthly e-mail newsletter sent out to all members highlighting new content and resources Cost: $1495 per year, per developer (not per company) This is a diffe...

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Adobe Enterprise Developer Program is LIVE! - Adobe LiveCycle 20-09-2005
I'm happy to announce a brand new developer program targetting individual developers. Benefits include: - Developer licenses of all Adobe enterprise software, including Adobe LiveCycle & Adobe Acrobat - Unlimited e-mail and web based support for 1 year - Access to pre-release software, SDKs and other tools to help make development easier - Monthly e-mail newsletter sent out to all members highlighting new content and resourcesCost: $1495 per year, per developer (not per company)This is a differe...

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