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emailing request form

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jklmnop, Feb 25, 2013.

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    jklmnop Thread Starter

    Feb 25, 2013
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    OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
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    this is my first request with you guys, hope im getting it right,

    I work for a delivery company and we got a new client that would like a simple request form with all of their clients prepopulated
    in the form and a simple way to email it. I used adobe acrobat and got a nice form. everything works except when we email it all I get on my end is a blank form with no information and the format has changed to *.fdf. I made the form on my imac at home and the computers at work only have the free version of adobe reader. everything is great until its emaied. So now im doing one in html and its good but im still having trouble with the email part. they can fill the form out on their end but cant get it to attach with one click of the submit button and it also comes blank. So now im thinking maybe if I can just have them print it to my printer but we are not on the same network. Any suggestion on a simple fix with any of this. I just need a quick and easy with as few clicks as possible for my client to request pick ups and deliveries. Also we all have windows xp.
    Thank you
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