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When I go into our companies eform library and i click on a form the PDF pulls up but i can not fill in the spots where i can normally type in.  I have uninstalled and reinstalled Adobe reader and still the same issue any steps to take would be greatfully helpful
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Which version of Reader are you using? If its X, this problem may be caused by 'Protected mode'. Try to turn it off.
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/reader/using/WS4bebcd66a74275c3-7d28390112a81b3ebff-8000.html#WSdd9016941e183011761f79c12ac696b6aa-8000
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I am using 10.1.5.33
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You have Reader X, so the protected mode is definitely something to check.
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