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    John C.
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    BTD, post: 87116 wrote:
    Hi carrie,

    Just read this after sending you another email from my other thread! I did wonder if it was a test thing as to why PDF could not be saved…am still looking into it. And yes I have now thought of the fact that word could be changed! So I’m back to the drawing board! Im sure there must be something really easy out there to use….as I said in my other post even though I have a website ( not quite finished but getting there http://www.behindthedoorwines.com.au , there are times when I need to send an order form by email and the feedback I have had from customers is they want it to be interactive online, so I want this to be as easy as possible like I’m sure you do. And I want my Quantity to automatically add up in the total dollars….I will keep on researching, but a pro is starting to look like a really good option now!!

    Sally

    Hi Sally,

    Check your inbox – I’ve sent back an edited PDF form that totals the columns and allows people to save and email a completed copy.

    For the interest of others – by default, forms created in Acrobat X pro don’t allow recipients to save or email a completed copy as they expect (want) people to buy their LiveCycle product for sharing editable forms. You can get around this as a form designer by clicking on “Save As” and selecting “Reader Extended PDF | Enable Additional Features” from within Acrobat Pro.

    Cheers,
    John

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    BTD
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    onsiteTECHS, post: 87215 wrote:
    Hi Sally,

    Check your inbox – I’ve sent back an edited PDF form that totals the columns and allows people to save and email a completed copy.

    For the interest of others – by default, forms created in Acrobat X pro don’t allow recipients to save or email a completed copy as they expect (want) people to buy their LiveCycle product for sharing editable forms. You can get around this as a form designer by clicking on “Save As” and selecting “Reader Extended PDF | Enable Additional Features” from within Acrobat Pro.

    Cheers,
    John

    Hi John,

    As you are aware with the help you gave me I was able to work out how to do this form and I am so pleased!! I am doing the final touches to it. I just want to say publicly how grateful I am for your time with this. Thankyou.

    Sally

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    DigitalDomination
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    If you use wordpress get the paid plugin “Gravity Forms” which integrates nicely with paypal and the form is easily customisable.

    If you have a wine club and want to set up a subscription based service then i’d recommend instead using DebitSuccess. You can set up a subscription based service there where it’s automated. The fees are really small ($10 initial set up fee per customer then $2 charge per transaction). Paypal on the other hand is about 6%

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