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Karl_Heinz_Krem
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  • 20-10-2017
    Chrome has a PDF viewer with very limited functionality - it may just ignore the parts that are causing you problem in this case

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  • 20-10-2017
    The field configuration is different for the fields that do not print - you need to complain to the author of the file. Here is how the fields that do print are configured:I selected the second field in the 13B row, and the "Presence" setting shows "Visible". Now let's do the same for a field that d...

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  • 19-10-2017
    As Bernd mentioned, this is not an AcroForm, but a form created with LifeCycle Designer. I will move your question to a more appropriate forum. One thing you can do to make it easier for the experts to help you with your problem is to make a filled out for available that shows the problem. You can u...

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  • 17-10-2017
    The printable/non-printable property is on a per field basis, so just because other field are printing OK does not mean that some of the fields may not have a different configuration. With the free Adobe Reader, you cannot view the filed settings, nor can you modify them, so the author of the form i...

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  • 20-06-2017
    Yes, even tough I don't think there is anything different between enabling the form in Acrobat X vs. Acrobat DC. It all comes down to the license that allows you to do that.

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  • 20-06-2017
    You mentioned that you are using Acrobat X - that version does have the 500 form limit. Acrobat DC no longer has that limitation in it's EULA. You can check for yourself (or have your lawyer check) by reviewing the Acrobat X EULA and compare it with the Acrobat DC version.

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  • 20-06-2017
    With the latest version of Acrobat, there is no 500 forms limit anymore.

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  • 16-06-2017
    You've posted in the Acrobat JavaScript forum, but your problem looks like it's related to LiveCycle Designer. I suspect that you are using JavaScript code, but the language type is set to FormCalc and not JavaScript.I've moved your question to the LiveCycle Designer forum.

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  • 01-05-2017
    I replied in your original question with an answer: Re: Email Submit button to one external address

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