I am having problems trying to save information that I type into a fillable PDF form that's available via a web link/online. I created this PDF form using Adobe LifeCycle. Usually, I expect that when I visit the website link to this PDF form, the form would appear, I will fill in information into the form and I will be able to save that form along with the information I typed into it, to my local drive.
However, this is not the case. After saving, when I go to where I saved the PDF form on my local drive and I open up the form, the information which I typed into the PDF form is not there. So basically, I am able to save the fillable PDF form which I got through the website link but the information that I type into this form is not saved with it.
Any ideas or recomendation on what to do in a situation like this?
If you're using Reader to fill-in the form, the document needs to be Reader-enabled in Acrobat (or LiveCycle Reader Extensions) in order to save the filled-in form.
Thanks for the response George. About the same moment when I created this post, I came accross an article online which provided same solution as that which you have mentioned. So, I made the PDF form "Reader-Enabled" using Acrobat Professional. The outcome is that using "Internet Explorer", I am now able to save information I type into the the online PDF form. However it still won't work if I use "mozilla firefox".
Do you have any idea why Mozilla firefox won't save the information typed into the online PDF form even when I have enabled reader function with Acrobat Professional?