I've searched for previous posts and came up empty. I am looking to add a button to a specific page of my indesign pdf that allows the user to email that single page with their field responses (I do have that added already) to an email address of their choosing. I'd also like to have a separate button that allows them to save that single page with field responses to their device (this PDF is intended to be used in the iOS/Android Adobe apps).
Thanks for your help!
Interesting one - can you share the methods you've used so far and the exact results you're looking to achieve.
Are scripts an option here or just functionality that's already built in?
I'm surprised the email function is working - but you seem to be targeting apps or something, can you tell us a bit more about the project and where it's being used and how?
But it's not working for the OP?
I think only the form part has been achieved?
Thank you both for the replies. Maybe it isn't as complicated as I am making it to be. I am creating a PDF that is meant to be a digital, user oriented handbook that is downloaded by the user on their mobile device and utilized in the free acrobat reader app. I have individual pages of the PDF that have fillable text fields. I would love for the user to be able to email that individual page once it is filled out to be able to email it to a colleague or whoever. I'd also like the user to be able to save the individual page to their device. Below is what I would love it to look like.
As @BobLevine says- it's probably not worth it.
You're relying on everyone having the same PDF reader, where my phone as Samsung PDF reader, Chrome can open them, - and then people have to download the Adobe App separately.
Each PDF reader on mobile devices don't play will all the PDF modules equally.
I think a Web Page would be far better suited. With an option to add the page to the persons home screen.
You need a website or an app.
Indeed. Thank you all! Appreciate the feedback.
My very honest $0.02 is that you're wasting your time trying to do this with PDF but if you're that determined, hop over to the Acrobat forum and see if anyone there can help you with it.
Thanks for this! I think you might be right.