I'm actually working on a similar feature (although I'm actually pulling info from a db, but the basics are the same). You'll need some sort of CGI/Programming (I'm using Cold Fusion and a .dll com object). The basic steps of what you'll need to do are as follows: 1) Get the (free) Acrobat SDK: http://partners.adobe.com/asn/developer/acrosdk/main.html 2) Read the documentation in the SDK for help on creating an FDF file using HTML forms. 3) Once you create an FDF, you'll use that as the file to serve to your visitors (which will display the merged PDF). 4) The PDF template can have separate buttons for "Print Me" and "Submit Me" HOWEVER: if your users only have Acrobat Reader, they will not be able to save the pre-populated PDF to their computer. (if they have the full Acrobat, I believe they can). (Alternatively, you can pay $2k - $3k for a program called PDFMerge which will actually merge the FDF with the PDF into a file your users can save . . . .) let me know if that doesn't help. Scott "Hayer, Jagjeet" <Jagjeet.Hayer at softwareag.co.uk> on 12/14/2000 03:55:49 AM Please respond to thelist at lists.evolt.org To: "'thelist at lists.evolt.org'" <thelist at lists.evolt.org> cc: (bcc: Scott Brady/TMS) Subject: RE: [thelist] Adobe PDF Fill-in Forms All, These postings sound similar to what I want to do with Adobe. But I currently have a HTML form that has some fields pre-populated and some requiring the user to enter information, and was wondering if there is a tool to convert this to a pdf. So can I create a pdf document converted from HTML that has both pre-populated and fillable fields and can either be submitted on-line or printed off?