The fact that a PDF file has fillable fields does not necessarily mean that the file was enabled to be filled with the free Reader.
And do you think that using your email address as your username in a public forum is a good idea?
The form would need to have fillable fields added by the creator of the file. Just because it looks like a form, doesn't mean it has these fields.
I also have issues filling in forms on some systems. You can try to disable protected mode.
This only happens on some workstations. Others are fine with protected mode. I need a solution other than disabling protected mode.
A couple of ways to know whether the form is fillable.
At the top of the page, you'll see a message bar that states so or, you can select the hand tool, mouse over the area you think is fillable. If it turns to an i-beam, it's fillable. If it doesn't, it's not.
Thanks for the info,
We know the form is fillable and there is a pink bar at the top.
The issue is you can only fill in the form if you don't launch Adobe Reader in protected mode. There is a setting for this under preferences\general.
If you uncheck Enable protected mode at startup, shut down Adobe Reader and re launch the form you are now able to fill in the fields.