I really haven't done anything using Reader XI since I downloaded it
except test to confirm that it does save fillable PDF's so I really
don't know if it offers those features or not.
Maybe download it and see.
Are you a dummy? Why did you write all those instructions instead of
just posting the direct D/L links? There is no need to register, BTW.
External Mirror 1
Freeware Files Mirror
I met a guy today who said he was addicted to brake fluid!
But he says he can stop anytime.
You're catching a lot of flak but thanks for the info, I can use it.
I have a home with high speed internet, and a cabin with dial-up. It
would take me 3 minutes at home to download the Adobe XI and it would
take me 6 hours at the cabin (9m/hr). And as you said, I can't
download it at home and carry a copy to the cabin without something
like your recommended procedure.
The IRS has fill-in PDF style tax forms that can be printed & saved
without Adobe XI. I'm not sure how that is working but it does. And
it saves going to the post office & library hunting those forms &
instruction brochures since they are not sending them out to tax
Probably lots of people in here took note of that post and have already
downloaded Reader XI.
But, I commend you on having the guts to stand apart from the silent
majority and say "Thanks for letting me know about that. That helps me
So, thanks for saying thanks. It helps a lot.
On Monday, April 22, 2013 3:03:28 AM UTC+8, nestork wrote:
Filling out PDF forms online check this website http://goo.gl/SdMVLU
Service is really great. You can find any PDF form you need, fill it out, sign, print, email and even fax the form.
You can also upload your own PDF form and convert it to fillable web form.
You can also just do a screen shot of the page or text that you want to
save. I use Prinkey2000, but there are many others also for free.
Printkey2000 allows you to highlight the material on the screen that you
want and then copy, print or save it in a picture format such as .jpg.
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