Sorry, we currently do not support auto-numbering. You would have to do it manually.
Has Adobe updated this issue yet, as it is clearly a neccesity for many costumers?
I'm working with Acrobat XI - how can I auto # the fields? There are 1000's of fields in one doc.
Sorry, this isn't something we plan to add to the product in the near future.
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 7:25 PM, Randy Swineford
Appriciate your swift reply.
Can you guide me further?
Someone mentioned something about creating a Java script - about which I know nothing - but is that a solution?
Please guide me further as I have a bunch of these books - with hundreds of pages each - with 25-100 forms on each page...
How do I number them?
Also - if I get one PDF numbered, can I copy / paste form fields from one PDF to another? Assuming they are similar in size and shape etc. just to benefit from not having to number them all again.
These files were first opened in LiveCyle from a PDF I made from a MS - Word doc - with thousands of tables. - some were recognized in LiveCyle - and numbered OK and most were not...
Should I just go back there - and redo the "answer" boxes in a way that Adobe will recognize it as a form?
If yes, what is the defining criteria of a form in a blank PDF?
Or - can LiveCyle make a PDF form from within a Word Doc?
I'm using Acrobat XI to create form fields.
When I first began it offers the "help" from LiveCycle - see above.
Does FormsCentral make form fields?
Is this post below discussing my same issue?
That post is different. I would make a knew post on the forum I mentioned.