I am creating several fillable forms for my company's clients in Adobe Acrobat PRO.
Some struggles I have encountered are, whenever I make a mistake inside of the sourcefile, which I made in Adobe Indesign CS6, I have to start over with the entire form.
Is it possible to 'relink' the sourcefile like you can in Indesign so I don't have to start over?
help is much appreciated.
Are you creating the form fields in Indesign or Acrobat?
If you are creating them all in Acrobat, then it is very simple to update the form. Just open the old form with your form fields, and select 'Replace Pages' and select the new PDF document. The fields will be retained, you will just have to adjust them to match any changes made to the Indesign file.
Create a new PDF from the updated InDesign file, open your original form in Acrobat, and select 'Replace Pages' (In versions prior to 10, it should be under 'Document:Replace Pages'. In Acrobat 10, it's under "Tools:Pages:Replace")
This will replace the content, but the fields, annnotations, code, etc. will be retained.
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