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Saving pdf is disabled but printing pdf to pdf is possible, some problems still

Hi!
You know that saving editable PDF-files (I mean PDF-files where fields are
editable) is
disabled in Acrobat Reader.

So I need a way to save edited PDF-files (with filled text-fields and other
fields) to PDF.

One way is to print PDF-file with some PDF-printer to new PDF, when edited
field's
data are saved to that new one within right way.

That works sometimes but sometimes some of fonts are disabled and some
text-fields
are filled with different size of circles.

Anyone know how to do that? Is Acrobat Reader protected against this kind of
doing?


Thanks a lot to everyone and I'm very sory about my so poor english.

Regards,
Jarkko K�hk�nen


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Jarkko
1/15/2004 10:21:07 AM
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I solved it,

it's possible with Ghostscript+Redmon FREE pdfwriter.

Instructions are available at following address:
http://www.pmhawkins.com/freepdf.htm

Greetings,
Jarkko K�hk�nen


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> Hi!
> You know that saving editable PDF-files (I mean PDF-files where fields are
> editable) is
> disabled in Acrobat Reader.
>
> So I need a way to save edited PDF-files (with filled text-fields and
other
> fields) to PDF.
>
> One way is to print PDF-file with some PDF-printer to new PDF, when edited
> field's
> data are saved to that new one within right way.
>
> That works sometimes but sometimes some of fonts are disabled and some
> text-fields
> are filled with different size of circles.
>
> Anyone know how to do that? Is Acrobat Reader protected against this kind
of
> doing?
>
>
> Thanks a lot to everyone and I'm very sory about my so poor english.
>
> Regards,
> Jarkko K�hk�nen
>
>


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Jarkko
1/15/2004 12:03:54 PM
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