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how to save a pdf in LiveCycle so Acrobat can use it with no restrictions

Oct 1, 2009 11:37 AM

I purchased Acrobat 9 Pro which included LiveCycle Designer ES 8.2. I used LiveCycle to create a form and saved it as a PDF. In the form properties I set the PDF security to not require a password to open the document nor to restrict printing or editing of the document and its security settings. But when I open the PDF in Acrobat 9 Pro the document properties indicate that there are restrictions: Changing the Document is not allowed; Document Assembly is not allowed; Creation of Template Pages is not allowed.


How do I save the PDF in LiveCycle so Acrobat can use it with no restrictions? In the past I have use InDesign to create my forms and never had such trouble with restrictions. (Note: I open the PDF in Acrobat 9 Pro with an Anoto plug-in to enable the PDF for digital capture via Anoto Digital Pen and Paper.)



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    Aug 23, 2010 4:23 AM   in reply to rotherka



    Did you find a solution about this issue? I am working about Anoto Digital Pen and I need to capture customer's signature. How did you find that Anoto plug-in ?


    Thank in advance




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