Send PDF with Acrobat Reader

My question is basic, I have read alot and mostly I see no but if I create a pdf with Adobe LiveCycle Designer can.  This PDF will have an email button that will send the entire pdf when pressed to an email, I can get it to work in Adobe Professional, can it work in Adobe Reader??
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Are you asking if Adobe Reader (what version by the way?) has an option to send the current PDF file you are viewing using your default mail client? If so, then Adobe Reader 7 and 8 definitely have this option...
sporenzaAuthor Commented:
I have tried to use the latest Version of Reader 8.1.  I do not see this option :(

Please help

In the file menu there should be an Attach to Email option.  I just checked my version of 8.1.1 and it has the option.
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There is also something else you can do -

Open Adobe Reader, click on the 'Tools' option, and click 'Customise Toolbars'.

Scroll down to the 'File Toolbar' and tick the boxes for 'Attach a File' and 'Email'.

This should add the icons the toolbar at the top of the screen!
Attached is an example!

Adobe Reader will send form data only unless you activate user rights. This may not work in certain version of A7 though.

Have a look at the forum link:


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sporenzaAuthor Commented:
Thanks all for your help, got to give it to captain because I had an email button that would not work until I turned on the user rights...

Thanks glad it works.
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