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Allowing users to add additional lines in a PDF form?

Sep 27, 2011 4:57 PM

Tags: #forms #pdf_forms #pdf_fillable_forms

I'm using Adobe acrobat X Pro to create PDF forms to capture invoicing information. Yet I can't figure out how to allow a user to add additional charges. I could create a form that just had a large amount of charge lines that could be left blank but was hopeing to allow for a dynamically adjusting form where someone could click a button to just add a new line entry into the form and the form would adjust down and enter in a new set of line entries. Is it possible to do this in Acrobat X Pro?

 
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  • George Johnson
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    Aug 11, 2002
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    Sep 27, 2011 5:36 PM   in reply to TraxDev1

    For the foorm to auto-adjust in response to adding a new line, you should look into what a dynamic XFA form that you create with LiveCycle Designer has to offer. LiveCycle Designer comes with Acrobat Pro as a separate application. More information is in the Designer help docs, in the LiveCycle Designer forum here, and in a number of tutorials at acrobatusers.com

     
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