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How to edit adobe acrobat X form with live cycle designer?
 

When I was using Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional, there was an option to edit forms in live cycle designer.
Now I am using Adobe Acrobat X professional and I cannot see how to edit my form in Live Cycle Designer like I was able to do with Acrobat 9.

Does anyone know what happened to the option, or how I edit my form with Adobe Live Cycle Desiger?

Thanks in advance.

Mark
mark@freedom22.org
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