Fillable PDF form in windows application

Hi,
I need to open a fillable PDF form from my windows application which I am developing in C# 2.0
I added acropdf.dll from
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Acrobat\ActiveX\acropdf.dll"
but this is a reader and I want a fillable form to be opened.
Can some one help as to how to go about it?
thanks in advance,
Kusuma

Leonard,
Thanks for your prompt reply.
I am able to open a fillable form, but I have to disable the some of the menu options like save.
I am not sure as to how to do this.
I am using the Adobe activeX control, acropdf.dll.
thank you,
kusuma

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