The problem was resolved.
Turned out to be the way the pdf was created by Adobe 9 Standard that made cfpdfform misbehave.
Three things we did seemed to have made the pdf acceptable by cfpdfform:
1. Downloaded the latest updates for Adobe 9 Standard
2. Checked on the text-field "Multi-line" property
3. Checked off the text-field "Rich Text Formatting" property
Thanks for the tip!
Any experience inserting images inside pdf forms?
It seems to work but won't 'survive' when flattening the pdf form to a static Acrobat file. Any ideas?
I am trying to send rich text data to the pdf using cfpdfform and the pdf is not taking recognizing the codes.
Ex: it display <b> test data</b> instead of Test Data.
Do you have any suggestions?