Form Submission options

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Jan 12, 2022 Jan 12, 2022

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I am currently working on a document that would have multiple forms all on different pages and was wondering if it would be possible for my users to complete and send a single form without the pdf attaching the entire document... I hope my request makes sence. I want the submission option to only send the page that the completed form is on and omit the rest of the pdf document.  

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 12, 2022 Jan 12, 2022

This is not possible in InDesign. You can visit the Acrobat forum and ask there, but I will warn you that unless you can control the PDF reader application being used, this will be an exercise in futility.

 

And…if you want it to work in a browser, you should just create HTML forms and be done with it.

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This is not possible in InDesign. You can visit the Acrobat forum and ask there, but I will warn you that unless you can control the PDF reader application being used, this will be an exercise in futility.

 

And…if you want it to work in a browser, you should just create HTML forms and be done with it.

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Thank you for the reply. 

 

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This is not possible in InDesign. You can visit the Acrobat forum and ask there, but I will warn you that unless you can control the PDF reader application being used, this will be an exercise in futility.

And...if you want it to work in a browser, you should just create HTML forms and be done with it.

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