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Thank you for the reply. I wonder if your program will work on a blackberry
playbook and or Toshiba tablet? I am working with word to accomplish filling
out my forms at this time. I would like to use a smaller unit as I am a
roofing inspector and it would be nice if it was possible to fill out the
forms electronically on the roof. Attach the pictures and later send them
out to General Contractors, the office, roofing company etc. This is being
done by doing it with pen and paper on the roof and taking pictures with a
camera. Then later I retype the form blanks add the pictures and distribute
the reports as needed. The office sometimes corrects the report as they deem
necessary. Your program does a lot of things but I only need to be able to
fill in less than 10 one page forms. I hope this explains what I am after
and looking for any and all advice you may have.
I don't know about blackberry but if you have an android device or an iOS device and you have internat access on the roof then you can have an HTML form with an Attachment field. Your inspectors can fill out the form, attach any images to the form and submbit it from the roof. For more information about attachments see : http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-2656
There is a maximum of 20MB per image (paid account) and 10MB per image (free account).