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Say we have a PDF document with information that we can fill in, The layout & everything is fine however the information does not stay on the PDF after you have saved it. So that when I send it to someone - They can make changes on it (vise versa).

What could be the issue for this happening & how can we bypass it??

Please see the exact PDF in question on the attachment.

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Line---ADSL---BRA-new.pdf-2011.pdf
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You require Acrobat Pro in order to enable users to save filled pdf forms.
Open the form in Acrobat Pro
Select File -> Save as
Select Reader Extended PDF -> Enable Additional Features
Select Save now
Here is a video of the process: How to save PDF form data in Adobe Reader
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What is the cost of the product?
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Adobe Acrobat XI subscription is $19.99 per month or $449 to purchase! Please see http://www.adobe.com.
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