I can open, fill in, and save this form with either Foxit Reader or Adobe Reader. It is a common issue that most of the users face and they realize it only when then have already entered the data and try to save it. You can also us iText to programmaticly create those forms. We believe that if one user has a question, there could be more users who may have the same question. Type in the file name to save the filled form with data, and select the folder in which you want to save it. I can not reproduce error you mentioned.
You need to use other flexible tools available in the market for windows or Mac platforms as you need. Good thing about them is that the data can already be saved in all forms , so last night I filled up almost all the fields on the forms and saved it, i did not fill up some of the fields on some forms, coz i have to verify some info first. Method 2: Flatten Form Fields Flattening form fields will flatten all fields in the form. I would use the Linux version of Foxit reader, but if I understand correctly it cannot fill out any forms at all! After installing the newest Foxit Reader and the newest Adobe Reader I took a fresh copy of the f1040. I don't wanna have to type them up all over again! If it is inconvenience to upload the file here, you may email it to Attn:Lisa. Select the form file you want to fill from where you have saved it. You need to purchase the software.
There are advanced markup options also to say it with style. However, if the form has been edited and saved using Foxit Reader, I can no longer edit the form using Adobe Reader though I can open the form and view the fields that were filled in and saved with Foxit. Error you are getting is not related to JotForm, it is related to Adobe software itself. You can use the free foxit reader to fill in the forms, and if you pay a little you can design the forms that way you want. Please contact the author for the original version of this document. And indicate this thread link. But the saved file is not editable using Adobe Reader on windows.
Please also let us which version of Adobe Reader you're using for now. So what I did is download Adobe Acrobat X Pro 10. Then I discovered something very odd. Obviously my goal here is fill out these forms on Linux and have the completed forms be usable on Windows as well. I have similar but slightly different compatibility problems if I have edited and saved this form using Evince on Windows or Linux , or using Atril on Linux. But if it is filled in in Foxit Reader and saved, I can no longer edit it in Adobe Reader although I can see the form data that was entered if Foxit Reader. All you need to do is follow these simple steps and you will never get to see cannot save pdf form error here! A little more information: Original file f1040.
I have a jotform that I brought over from FormsCentral. . When flattened, fields will be painted directly in the content of the page to which they belong and will no longer be interactive and editable. Refer to our user guide for more information about options available under the dialog. The document has been changed since it was created and use of extended features is no longer available.
I got the same error message about the document having been changed and extended features were no longer available. Could you please kindly download the most current Foxit Reader 7. I had been running Foxit Reader on my Linux Mint computer. I downloaded and installed Foxit Reader 7. This is why many of our support forum threads are public and available to be searched and viewed.
It depends on how you want to do the designing. I have a free version of Adobe Reader X version 10. I could edit and save my forms just fine. We have more details about in our user guide. Also to fix this Adobe error I would suggest to you to try to: - Reinstall Adobe Acrobat Also on Adobe forum, several users have same problem and on this link: you can find some suggestions how to fix this error. There are free online services that allow you to upload a pdf and you can add fields also.
After downloading and installing, presto! So when I tried to complete the forms this morning, I saw that I cannot edit the entire document anymore. I downloaded and installed Adobe Reader 11. I then opened the file with Adobe Reader 11. It is an optional plug-in which can be purchased separately. The form that is giving me trouble can also be downloaded from the following link: If this form is filled in using Adobe Reader and saved, I can edit it in Foxit Reader just fine.
Let us know if you need further assistance. This adds about 20 kb to the pdf. JotForm is a free which helps you create online forms without writing a single line of code. . . .