Could you be a little more specific?
Thank you for answering my query.......
When I'm reading a .pdf document, using Adobe Reader 9, and
the document is a form - to be filled out with particulars, etc.
how can I type in the data - on the lines provided for?
Thanks for any help.
That depends on the actual document and how it was created Stan.
Just because it looks like a form, does not mean that it is fillable. In order to be fillable, the creator of the form has to add fillable fields. If those exist, it would tell you when you open the document. If they don't exist, you can't do anything with Reader other than print it out and fill it in by hand.
I am having the same issue with once fillable forms no longer being fillable in Reader. If i uninstall 9 and revert to 8 I can edit (type in the fillable blocks). However, they are not working in 9.
I am forced to use IE6 due to an applicaiton dependancy so I am guessing it could be an IE6 issue, thoughts?
Is the form from the IRS by chance?
It's not from the I.R.S.
If you do not get an I-bar appearing instead of the hand as you move over a field there is nothing you can do with Reader. By the way, this is not the Reader forum. The Reader forum is generally a better place to ask your questions and expect a reasonable answer.