I'm used to using LiveCycle Designer to create forms, where I had a great deal of control over how the forms would look and feel and could create very complex interactivity. Particularly useful was the ability to create form fields that would repeat information throughout the rest of the form through global bindings.
Because I'm now trying to create forms for use on mobile devices, I want to create that same level of interactivity in InDesign CS6. Anyone have any advice on how I can go about doing this?
Thanks in advance.
InDesign is only giving you access to the features of Acrobat (Acro forms). Acrobat has some features not accessible from within InDesign.
There is no feature in either InDesign or in Acrobat called "global binding" for Acro forms that I'm aware of.
Your best bet is asking questions about Acro forms in the Acrobat Forms forum.
Acroforms will imitate that behaviour, if you give two or more fields the same name when setting them up.