The Aloaha PDF Saver allows you to fill in PDF Forms and save them to disk. A OCX Version inclusive sample source code of the PDF Saver is also included. You can also retrieve the Form Data as an XML File to archive it in your database.
Jul 30, 2015 19:23:44
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Aloaha PDF Suite 6.0.133 Your PDF Files are just one click away! Aloaha PDF Suite is the perfect tool to create/edit your PDF Documents. One click is enough! Just print your document to any of your printers and Aloaha will convert the print job to a PDF Document.
Description: Who has not come across the situation: You complete a PDF form in Acrobat Reader and when it comes to saving your data, nothing happens. Or worse: You close the program and all your data is lost. The reason for this is: Acrobat Reader cannot save any form field data! This is not only time consuming but also very unpleasant.
Aloaha PDF Saver eliminates this problem in a very easy way! Once this software solution has been installed, all filled out PDF forms can be saved locally directly to PDF. No need to mention that all forms that have been filled once can be read again with the included data and also altered at a later date or send by email.
Handling is extremely easy.
Just open a PDF file and add a save capability. Then fill in all form fields and click on the save button.
Files can be digitally signed with just a click. Timestamps via remote RFC 3161 Timestamping Server or inbuilt RFC 3161 TSA also possible!
A OCX Version inclusive sample source code of the PDF Saver is also included. You can also retrieve the Form Data as an XML File to archive it in your database.
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