I am trying to open an XFDL file, used for military forms. Form viewer will not work. I have mounted the image in addition to many other things. I have a CAC card reader and I still cant find a program. Any suggestions?
I do have an old Mac version of IBM Workplace Forms Viewer (2006?) however it will only allow you to view NOT edit or even print or save the forms. If you only want to view that might be an option if the pgm is even available anymore? It was once a free download on a GOV grants site.
Extensible Forms Description Language (XFDL) files are used by large organizations such as the United States military to store and exchange form data within an Extensible Markup Language (XML) format. Because the XML format was developed to be as wide ranging as possible across a variety of systems, many computers have the built-in ability to open and view XFDL files with plain text editors. But, because some XFDL forms may be more complex than others, to do any type of form maintenance or data entry within an XFDL form, you'll need to download a specialized XFDL file viewer.
Download and install the IBM Form Viewer or Editor package. IBM allows users to download these packages in a fully functional trial format for 60 days. The packages include the Lotus Forms Viewer, which allows you to view XFDL forms, and the Forms Editor, which allows users to save and make changes to XFDL forms.
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