Resaving Acrobat Forms in the Browser

With the removal of Acrobat Reader support in Chrome and other browsers, we have seen a big increase in the number of clients asking about this. What we do is convert the Acrobat Forms (FDF and XFA) to HTML5 forms (converting all the PDF form elements into HTML5 Form components). This works really well as…

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PDF XFA – Sending data as an Email

This simple article explains how to send XFA form data as an email in two possible ways. Why does the client need to send data as email? If your clients use Adobe Reader instead of Adobe Acrobat Pro, they cannot save the filled forms, so therefore posting the data or sending via email are the only possibilities…

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Extracting Data from XFA files

Introduction XFA data exists in a different format to normal PDF data. This article is designed to help you understand how this happens and how you can make sue of this. At the end I will link to a tutorial showing how we allow users to access this data in our commercial Java software library…

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