PDF forms can be useful for some business/administrative purposes, such as registration or applying for credits.
Let's say i have a CD-ROM authored in Flash. There are several PDF forms on the CD - I want to be able to have the user fill out the form, then hit a button within the Flash interface (or other 3rd party unknown app) and the PDF form is saved to the user's hard drive, and can be recalled later from a drop down menu. The user will be entering their name when they first use the CD, so they can save their progress, assuming they use the same computer.
Anyone have any experience with this type of feature in an interactive NON-WEB based program. On the web it is so easy, but we cannot assume people are going to be connected to the web for this function.
Sure, one can manually save the PDF, remember where they saved it, and manually recall it later, but the audience for this particular project is apparently not very computer savvy, hard as that may be to believe.