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I have contacted support several times regarding this issue but never get it resolved or contacted back.  For some reason, I feel they don't even understand the problem so hoping can get help on here.  I have an Adobe Form I'm testing (job application).  I fill everything out on the form and it sends the form to my email, as it should because my email address is assigned in the mailto property.   When I get the email, when I open it to view it, it has the "apply now" button still on the copy I received in the email and if you hover over "apply now" (not clicking it) it prompts you to send it again. This behavior shouldn't be happening, how can someone compile received applications with them all wanting to resubmit?  It should be like a finalized copy where no editing can be done.  This even happens when you attempt to open it with Adobe Reader. Actions of submit button:  Mouse enter, submit a form AND submit form selections:  mail to; the complete PDF document; Field selection --all fields.  Thanks in advance for any help that is given, hopefully someone can help me.




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PDF form with a submit button, responses received have submit button still in a "live" state.

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I have contacted support several times regarding this issue but never get it resolved or contacted back.  For some reason, I feel they don't even understand the problem so hoping can get help on here.  I have an Adobe Form I'm testing (job application).  I fill everything out on the form and it sends the form to my email, as it should because my email address is assigned in the mailto property.   When I get the email, when I open it to view it, it has the "apply now" button still on the copy I received in the email and if you hover over "apply now" (not clicking it) it prompts you to send it again. This behavior shouldn't be happening, how can someone compile received applications with them all wanting to resubmit?  It should be like a finalized copy where no editing can be done.  This even happens when you attempt to open it with Adobe Reader. Actions of submit button:  Mouse enter, submit a form AND submit form selections:  mail to; the complete PDF document; Field selection --all fields.  Thanks in advance for any help that is given, hopefully someone can help me.




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Hi 22Sweeet,

The submit button can be disabled using after sending the PDF form once but in this case there is a restriction you will have to keep a copy if the original PDF form else you won't be able to reuse the PDF from.

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Aadesh

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Aedesh2789,

A bit confused. So, are you saying that once I get a reply back and I send it again, subsequent replies will be correct? Thanks.

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