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Try opening the filled in form, go to Forms>Manage form date>Export data and choose text file (or try one of the other options.)
(of course this assumes that 9 Standard has this option. I think it does but don't have that version. Reader definitely doesn't have it)
Thanx graffiti, you're right that Adobe 9 Standard had that option and it saves it as a seperate .txt file. and you can cut and paste from there. What I was hoping for was a Reader 7, 8 or 9 copy and paste solution, like the Adode version of "shift + c" to choose and add individual cells in Excel.
Any tricks of shortcuts would be appreciated.
Unfortunately you won't find that in Reader.
The only thing I could suggest is to have them send you the filed in file then you can export it to text and send it back. If it's only one or two now and then, it wouldn't be any big deal but of coure if they have hundreds of them...
Thanx graffiti, I was afraid of that, and yes, it would be a monumental task to copy and print them all, guess they just have to do it field by field.
Thanx again for your help.