Client not able to fill in fillable fields on my password protected pdf with her iPad in Adobe Reader

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Oct 24, 2017

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I think I just read from a past thread that Adobe Reader on iPad does not allow the fillable fields to show up on the pdf if it's password protected. I don't want my client to have the ability to copy or edit any formatting on my form. Is this true about the password protected pdf in iPad?? Any work around?? She needs to be able to fill in the fields on her iPad.

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Adobe Employee , Oct 30, 2017
AkanchhaS Adobe Employee , Oct 30, 2017
Hi Melissap, The password protected fillable document would not be supported on iPad. As a workaround you can try the "Helpful" suggestion give in the similar thread mentioned below-Fillable forms on an iPad Regards,Akanchha

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi Melissap,

The password protected fillable document would not be supported on iPad. As a workaround you can try the "Helpful" suggestion give in the similar thread mentioned below-

Fillable forms on an iPad

Regards,

Akanchha

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