The problem is that the customer had a CRED Edit form embedded on a separate page and wanted to use that page to edit all his posts.
I managed to get this to work on my end, so what is needed is for you to follow the steps below.
First you need a way for the edit form shortcode to get the id of the post to edit from the url. To get this you will need to use the [wpv-search-term] shortcode.
So you should have a setup like this.
[cred_form form="Edit Post" post="[wpv-search-term param='post']"]
The next thing is to have your edit form link to the page where the form is embedded so your setup should be similar to.
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