Looking for PDF solution via Adobe 9 or Adobe X reader, by creating PDF files for the purpose of gathering FACTS with a Adobe content server or ftp, I have not purchased Adobe yet or a server, I may need a technical sales to speak with me.
[Moved from Premiere Elements Forum to Adobe Acrobat Forum]
Message was edited by: Bill Hunt
Ummm - this is the community forum supporting video authoring with Adobe Premiere Elements. I think you may have come to the wrong place .
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With all due respect, this is a forum of mostly volunteers and is about a consumer version of video editing software. I may be mistaken, but I don't think a .pdf of any sort would work in a movie.
I know nothing about it, but I think that Adobe's product that makes, manipulates and uses .pdf files is called Acrobat. You might google for "Acrobat support" and find someone that can help.
And what are FACTS? Is that an acronym for something? Or, did you use the caps lock button for emphasis?
Welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately, as has been pointed out, it is the wrong forum.
You want this FORUM, at least to start.
I will move your post there. Now, exactly where in the Adobe Acrobat Forum hierarchy, you need to be, I cannot tell you, but in the "general Acrobat forum" the users can help.
If you need an example of what I am looking for, the Veterans bennifits website has the most advanced .pdf I ever seen and I need that capability, click the link below to see how advanced this .pdf is for yourself.
That is a dynamic PDF (XFA) form and was created with LiveCycle Designer, which comes with the Windows version of Acrobat Pro. You can also create forms with Acrobat. They are known as Acroforms. Which you choose depends on your needs, which aren't clear to me. There is a steep learning curver for creating forms like the one you llinked to. There is a forum here for LiveCycle Designer where you can get more help if you're interested in learning more.
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