This document explains how to edit XFA forms created in LiveCycle Designer. (If you are looking for information on how to edit text or images in a PDF, or a scanned PDF, click the appropriate link above.)
The XFA forms created in LiveCycle Designer are interactive and dynamic in nature. Adobe recommends editing such PDF forms in their authoring application to retain the form fields and interactive objects. If you try to edit the PDF in Acrobat, you get the following error:
Saving the XFA form as .eps (Encapsulated PostScript) file flattens the file and removes layers, form fields, and other interactive objects in the file.
Printing the XFA form to Adobe PDF printer flattens the file and removes layers, form fields, and other interactive objects in the file.