I tried with multiple choice field and the selction stayed when I downloaded its repsonse to PDF file. The "Other/Otro" field worked well too. In addition, I don't find fine blue borders around an image either. If it happens to your form, can you please share your form with me at firstname.lastname@example.org? For how to share a form, please check out http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-2462.
Si no puede leer en Ingles, escribeme al email@example.com. Gracia.
I have solved part of the problem. I think the symbol of the "v" that you can use with Acrobat Pro IX doesn't works with FormsCentral. Now I use a cross, and it appears in the response PDF archive.
But the problem of the fine borders it's still there. And to complete the form it is necessary to write something in the "Other field" (I guess it is because I wanted the "multiple choice field" to be obligatory, anyway it doesn't make any sense).
It's great to know that you've solved part of the issue. I cannot access your form, but the border only appears when your image has that. And if you selected "Other" filed in a required multiple choice field, then you are required to write something. Otherwise, you don't need to always put in something in "Other" field.
Thanks for your help, but I have one last problem: how can I print out a response that has a text with scroll bar? I printed the PDF but only the visible part was printed (not the part hidden by the scroll bar).
How did you print out the response? If the user has submitted the repsonse and then you downloaded the response as PDF, the text box will be expanded to show all text and you won't see a scrollbar.
That only happens if the form was created with FormsCentral. My form has been created with Acrobat Pro XI.
Is it possible to get a code to embed a PDF form?