Re: exporting accessible forms

  • From: "Cher Bosch" <Cher.Bosch@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 07:46:20 -0500

Dean, not sure why you are using custom labels to make a Word doc accessible.  
If you simply save your modified form as you normally would, you can simply 
send it to the user in any of the normal ways without exporting/messing with 
settings files or anything.

>>> Dean Martineau <dean@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 05/13/07 12:59 PM >>>

Using JFW 8, I am creating accessible Word forms for a client.  the 
manual says that custom labels are saved into the .jsi file 
pertaining to the document for which the form is being created.  this 
would enable me, hopefully, to export the form to the user's system 
once I've customized it.  The problem is that when I examine the 
Personal Settings folder, personal settings for this file are being 
automatically saved to a file corresponding to my file.  I 
have no idea what otherer settings might be lurking around in that 
file, and would really rather have a clearly-delineated file to 
export.  I previously customized one other form, and there is a 
corresponding .jsi file for that document.  there are also .jsi files 
for some spreadsheets I've set labels for.  Can anybody enlighten me 
on why this discrepancy might be occurring and what if anything I can 
do about it?

thanks in advance.

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