Use the Replace Pages function to replace all of the pages of the old file
with those of the new file.
This will preserve all form fields, links, scripts, etc. Of course, you
might need to adjust the location of the fields and links if the layout of
the pages has changed.
Thanks for the prompt response.
I'll give it a try and let you know.
I tried your suggestion with the "Replace" function. It does work as you suggested.
But now there's another issue.
I noticed that the pdf files that I created using Acrobat X, the pages don't show up in Internet Explorer. I speculated the reason for this behavior is probably it's an evaluation version?
I thought it might fix my problem. But It didn't.
Is there some security option which I need to open up to be able to work with this file from ActivePDF?
Or I should be talking to ActivePDF guys about this?
You should probably contact ActivePDF.
All I can tell you is that the trial version of Acrobat is not limited in its functionality. It's identical to the full version.
Thanks for your quick reply again.