"2. The form needs to have a password on so Client B can not be alter it."
This means the client B can read the PDF but cannot alter it. Am I correct?
If so you can either:
1. Make all fields read-only using scripting
2. Flatten the PDF so that it cannot be altered anymore
3. Apply Usage Rights and set password so that the client B can read the PDF only supplying the correct password.
"3. Client B then needs to be able to send the form back to two email address"
It is as simple as you route the task back to client A and the central PC.
Hope this will help you.
thanks for your reply,
I have managed to get hold of a script and alter it so it sends to two email address when you hit the email button.
When I set a password in the form properties it will not let me distribute the form.
What I need the form to do is client A fills in the form, then sends it to client B, client B looks at the data on the form (but is unable to change the data) then sends the form back to the two different email address (which will be client A's & the central PC with the database on). Then the database PC will open the form and be able to create a database of the forms.
So you can flatten your pdf using transformPDF activity.