We have modified all of our Documents (.PDF) to allow current versions of Adobe Reader (8 thru x) to capture and save data. That works great. We now have the need to merge 2 or more of these documents togeather. Our problem is that when opening a merged document Adobe Reader displays the following dialog:
"This document enabled extended features in Adobe Reader. The document has been changed since it was created and use of extended features is no longer available. Please contact the author for the original version of the document."
Is there a way to merge documents that have reader extensions enabled and not have Adobe Reader (8 thru x) throw an error?
I may not understand exactly what you are doing. You cannot merge documents with the free Reader.
Right, I understand that. If I use a full version of adobe (ver 8) to merge files that have reader extensions enabled, the resultant merged file no longer has reader extensions enabled. Thanks for the quick reply.
You'll probably want to ask in the Acrobat forum (not a Reader issue) but my guess would be that Acrobat is seeing this as a new file (which it is) and is simply letting you know that you have to re-enable it.