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Classic Use of SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe

I want to print a paper-like form. For example, Invoice (NOT interactive). This form looks like colorful spreadsheet - lots of colorful border in box, graphics, etc. Is this right tool for my purpose or Smart Form should be used instead? If business can provide pdf template then how to integrage it into ABAP workbench (transaction SFP)? Any one can help with first hand experience?

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  • Sep 11, 2006 at 07:33 PM

    Hi Hetal

    your choice of tools should not depend on the looks of the form, but rather your performance requirements. While SAP Interactive Forms is also designed for output only, we are currently not sure about the possibilities for real high-volume print (hundreds of thousands of documents in a limited timeframe). If this is what you need, you may want to still look at Smart Forms.

    If you want to import an existing PDF layout into the Workbench, launch the Designer in transaction SFP and go to the Designer ⚠️ menu under Tools > Import, and then see how the import conversion works.

    Best regards,

    Markus Meisl

    SAP NetWeaver Product Management

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