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‎10-12-2019
Steve_Coxon
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Re: How do I lock PDF before e-mailing so that it cannot be altered by the recipient? Steve_Coxon - Adobe LiveCycle
Thanks for this David. In the meantime, I've sent the form to Paul Guerett. From his previous posts, I reckon he's probably a genius - so I have high hopes. I'm also going to experiment on a copy of te form with your code, which - to me, a JavaScript newbie - is incredibly impressive.Steve
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Re: How do I lock PDF before e-mailing so that it cannot be altered by the recipient? Steve_Coxon - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Dhiyane,The forms are used to create an HR record for new employees and - at the same time - inform the IT department what IT requirements the employee has. The IT requirements are filled automatically, depending on the job role.The form is stored on a shared drive which can be accessed by the HR person at 27 different sites. They will open it from there using Reader on their local machine.Once they have completed the form they click on one button which prints the form (the new team member ha...
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Re: How do I lock PDF before e-mailing so that it cannot be altered by the recipient? Steve_Coxon - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Niall,I checked and "Preserve Scripting Changes" was already set to Automatically.Markerline, thanks for the suggestion. I'm not sure if it's exactly what I need, but I'll take a closer look.In the meantime, any other ideas anyone?Steve
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How do I lock PDF before e-mailing so that it cannot be altered by the recipient? Steve_Coxon - Adobe LiveCycle
[Thread Edited By Adobe] /*Don’t forget to meet and greet your fellow peers virtually by telling them about yourself here. Go ahead and to it now: https://adobe.ly/3eDnB4v */ Actual Question: I've created a form in LiveCycle which will be seen and filled by users who only have Reader. Once the form is completed, the user has to click three buttons: one prints the page (for a specific paper-based usage required by the filler of the form). The same button sends the entire form to one e-mail addres...
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How can I get one Submit button to perform three actions? Steve_Coxon - Adobe LiveCycle
I have a 2-page form. One page is completed by an HR person, entering fields that describe a new role, new pay, new hours or a new location for an existing employee. The second page automatically repeats the name, location and job role fields, but also completes the IT requirements linked to the job role (such as whether or not the role needs access to a particular piece of software or not).The users of the form will have varying degress of IT capability. I wan to enable them to press a single S...
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