If you are referring to some "term or agreement" where the user reads through a paragraph and click "yes, I agree", then you could try:
- Formatted text field for your paragraph
- Checkbox field for the "yes I agree"
I am not sure what you mean by "the addition requirements" but you can try 'Skip logic' feature to display the next agreement based on whether or not the user selected agree/not agree on the first agreement.
Please take a look at this link for more information on skip logic: https://www.acrobat.com/formscentral/en/library/skip.html
If this does not help, maybe you can give us more details on what your clickwrap agreement looks like.
It an application that saves the clients agreement instead of having them sign the document to make it a legal contract.
Is there a Submit button that once pressed by the client will save the document and not allow any changes once done
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>>Is there a Submit button that once pressed by the client will save the document and not allow any changes once done
Sorry, FormsCentral does not currently support this. The Submit button will collect the responses in a table in the View Responses tab (please take look at this table and see if it meets your needs)
It sounds like in your case you may want to take a look at the acrobat/LiveCycle Forms forums:
LiveCycle Forms FAQs http://forums.adobe.com/thread/341252