2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 5, 2009 11:27 AM by (Aidan_Bartley)

    Saving forms

      Hello - I hope I'm in the right forum. This question is probably laughably simple but I'm new to Acrobat.

      I've created a form containing text fields which I wish to put onto my school website and allow teachers to open the form, fill it in and then save it and/or print it. I want to ensure that when the teachers open the form, they will not enter their data and then save that data into the form so that the next user sees their data - in other other words, I need to ensure that each user always sees a blank form.

      Many thanks for reading and helping.
      Aidan
      • 0. Re: Saving forms
        George_Johnson MVP & Adobe Community Professional
        When someone opens the form in a browser, they will get a new blank copy. With some older versions of Acrobat (Reader), it was possible that form data was cached and used to repopulate the fields, but not with Reader 8 or 9. Have you noticed this repopulation with your form? If so, with what version of Acrobat or Reader?

        George
        • 2. Re: Saving forms
          Level 1
          Many thanks for replying - we are using version8 so problem solved. Thanks again!
          Kind regards
          Aidan