Using the tools in FormsCentral there isn't anything that would work like a TOC, but since you are going to distribute using a PDF you can edit the PDF and add buttons that link to pages, creating your own TOC. You would have to create the actual Table of Contents yourself, you could either use tools in FormsCentral like the Formatted Text field if you can format the TOC in there, or create it in a Word document, convert to PDF and insert the PDF page into your form.
In order to add a page or edit your FormsCentral PDF form, you will need to "Save a Copy" (an option from the File menu) and then you can edit that copy. After editing you can add the Reader enabled rights back to the PDF in Acrobat.
This is a tutorial I found on adding buttons for a TOC: http://layersmagazine.com/create-navigation-buttons-in-acrobat.html
Once you have finished editing your PDF, since saving a copy removes the Reader Enabled rights in the PDF, you can re-enable those rights once you have made the changes you need (Enabling filling and saving form fields, Printing, and any other settings).
In Acrobat XI you would choose the following from the menus "Save as Other..." - "Reader Extended PDF" - "Enable More Tools (includes form fill-in & save)...":
Let me know how this goes.
Hi Josh -
I don't have any fields set up to be required - any thoughts on what might cause that?
Hi Josh - I tried it using a template & it worked, so it is something in my file. Tried again with my file & it worked - not sure what I did wrong the 1st time, but it was def user error!
Thanks again for your help!