If you Reader Enable the form within Acrobat then the EULA restriction of 500 responses applies. If you don't then it doesn't apply.
Thanks Randy, and to clarify, does that include creating your PDF in the desktop version of Formscentral, which is bundled with Acrobat?
For example, would PDF's created with the desktop version of Formscentral be subject to Formscentral restrictions or the EULA?
Also, I note that when you create a form within FormsCentral you can distribute it via the web or as a pdf form.
Then if you choose to distribute it as a pdf who have the choice of leaving the submit button on or off.
Alternatively, if you create a form by importing an existing PDF, then redistribute it from Formscentral as a PDF by downloading it, can it be saved without the submit button?
At the moment I don't see that option available for imported PDF forms?
For whatever it is worth...I really sympathize and agree with felsmand.
Adobe should understand that people are just looking for simplicity. The Adobe world of products and licensing and restrictions and packages and bundles and such is just too complex.
Look...FC costs what $20 bucks a year? and if you have it then your deployed acroforms are no longer limited to the "500" rule. Ok so far?
Now your user...felsmand...wants to make acroforms that are not necessarily deployed to FC because he just wants to use them in some sort of email attachment workflow. This is reasonable. Lots of people in the real world would like to do this.
But FC is what supercedes the 500 restriction and Adobe makes about $240 per year from a Plus FC license.
NEWSFLASH ADOBE: I would pay $500 per year to be able to deploy unlimited acroforms outside of FC...just as email attachments.
Just make it simple for us and make money for yourselves. OR we go back up this discussion to the "gymnastics" that felsmand is forced to propose.