23470 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 12, 2009 12:31 PM by J D McIninch
The two articles below will explain what kind of files these are as well as what applications can be used to view them. They are a special type of file for securing documents usually for certain businesses or the government to be brief. Hope this helps.
Newer versions of Adobe's Acrobat Reader should be able to open them. XFDL stands for 'XML Form Definition Language' -- it's basically a full-featured way of specifying the layout of data entry forms and how to validate the fields, etc. Adobe's got a couple of products that can produce them, hence the reason Adobe Reader can open them...