CRM Survey on Web - Submit button not working.

Hi Gurus,
We have created a Survey in CRM_Survey_suite. The Problem is, when we send the survey with one Question (mail goes out with a link, user click on the link and link take them to our QA Server BSP Page), the submit button is working but when we send survey with more then one question the submit button is not working (When we click, nothing happens), however the RESET button is working fine.
Another interesting thing is, surveys with multiple questions are working fine in our Dev environment (The initial setup in dev was done by another consultant who is no longer with us).
I am not an expert in this area and i have checked every single config that i know in DEV and in QA to my knowledge and the config is identical.
Pls help.
Thanks
Nadeem.

Hi,
We are on CRM 4.0 with following support packs.
SAP_BASIS     620             0054    SAPKB62054
SAP_ABA             620             0054    SAPKA62054
BBPCRM             400             0009    SAPKU40009
PI_BASIS     2004_1_620     0010     SAPKIPYI5A
ST-PI             2005_1_620     0003     SAPKITLQG3
CRMIS             400             0004     SAPK-40004INCRMIS
ST-A/PI             01G_CRM400     0000          -
Regards.

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    I have created a submit button that will submit an email based off dropdown menu selection.  While it works great on my computer (Pro).  A user with Reader (9.0) can fill out everything until the (java created) submit button.  The user computer hangs...  Any ideas of what the issue could be?
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    Thanks for the feedback, I figured it out.  Silly me, didn't have the form user-enabled.
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  • Submit Buttons not working in Apple or Chrome Readers?

    Is there a fix for this in the future?  As in it will work with Apple Reader and Chrome Readers?  It is tough trying to talk clients through all the options and downloads, when you are hoping to make life easy with the forms only to find out it isn't working as easily...

    Unfortunately there isn't anything we can do about that - those viewers are not 100% compatible with the full PDF specification so they don't properly support our forms. Adobe Reader needs to be used.
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