Many users have non-Adobe default pdf readers installed on their computers. Even though I provide explicit instruction about installing the latest Adobe Reader, and that it is required to open and operate our forms, the users default pdf reader is still set to open it even after they install the Adobe Reader program. I include in the instructions how to open the form with the reader too.
Sometimes the user does not read the instructions carefully and do not realize that our form is being opened on their computer by their default pdf program. They would then complete the entire form only to realize by the end that it will not work properly.
No... at least, not as your question was asked.
The idea is that the document is set up to always assume it is in the wrong viewer and then if it can detect that it's in the right one, hide the warning.
Thanks Joel. That makes perfect sense to me. I just realized about a week or so ago that Acrobat handles layers... I need to get myself more familiar with this when I have the time to do so.
Thanks for the heads up!!