I have a form hosted on an intranet website, I have no trouble submitting it with my desktop email.
Some co-workers are getting a "This operation not permitted" error once they press the submission button. When they try to fill in a field, they get a warning saying that the file won't save and will only submit data.
I have acrobat pro, my development co-worker has distiller, only difference I can see. The end users only have acrobat reader. This form works for some of the users, but not all. It doesn't work for my development co-worker, on either IE or FF.
When opening up file in pro, it shows no security and everything is allowed. Co-worker gets only 4 things allowed, same file.
Message was edited by: re0 - sorry, was a bit terse at first. Frustration will do that to you.
In order to submit the entire form with Reader, the document has to be Reader-enabled, which you can do with Acrobat. This allows Reader to save a filled-in form, which is automatically done as part of the submit process. If the form is distributed to 500 or fewer recipients, then there won't be any licensing restrictions.
Thank you! This worked nicely....
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