We have created some PDF fillable forms and have them connected to a website. When someone downloads the form and try's to open them with no adobe it is opening in there browser. There is no prompt coming up to say you need adobe to use the form or anything like that.
Is there a way to have a prompt on the PDF so when people try to open it, it tells them that they do not have adobe to use the form and give a link to install?
If someone can advise on this, that will be helpful.
The way to do it is to create a message that is visible by default and then
use a script to check the name of the application that is opening the file.
If it's an Adobe application, you hide the message. That way it will even
work in applications that don't support JS at all.
On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 3:12 PM, michelletafili <email@example.com>