Allow to export interactive PDF with CMYK colorspace, or allow to include interactive elements into printable PDF
This feature is highly needed. And after all, it makes no sense: PDF format supports both interactive forms and CMYK tagged graphics, but for some reason it's impossible to combine PDF text boxes with CMYK graphics.
My current project, for example, needs a batch of interactive documents in which worker must fill necessary fields every day AND then print few thousands of copies. This operation must be performed manually and frequently.
And instead of creating single PDF with text box I'm forced to recreate required PDF with necessary data. It's illogical and meaningless.
Completely agree - this seems so backward that we can't create full PDFs with crop, CMYK conversion etc when using interactive. Going to be so much more fiddly doing the whole thing in Acrobat!
Sam G commented
Totally agree - we need this ability. CMYK, crops so we can supply editable finished art for print.
Jonas Madsen Rogne commented
Same issue. Need crop/bleed on an interactive PDF. No way of doing it.
Will end up having to manually make all the form fields in Acrobat, and redo them each time something changes. Adds a lot of extra steps.
Adobe, please, just let us include form fields when doing regular print PDF export! You already allow some interactive elements like bookmarks, hyperlinks, etc. so why not form fields?
I have quote templates I'd like my sales team to be able to fill, print and pack in their suitcases. Four-color black just doesn't do it.
Seconded! Need this feature for this exact reason. Any answers?