* Huh....it just figures... right after I finally give up and post up a question, I would find the answer. =_=;; http://forums.adobe.com/message/4727325#4727325.
Well, I will leave this up in case someone else can use the reference. Thanks to anyone who read this and was going to answer me. =)
Don't suppose anyone knows how to create a code to add new rows instead of having 15 rows straight off the bat? Or should I make a new post for that?
For efficiency with large PDF forms and forms with a large number of scripts it makes a difference. First the document level scripts are fully processed only once and not each time the field is used in a calucation.
One can use the addScript method to add a script as document level script, but users with standard will not be able to see it.
You could put the script in the Page Open action and for a 1 page form this would be like processed like a document level script.
I think that's the clearest explantion that I've seen yet GKaiseril, thanks.
Yeah, this is a 1-page form that I was making.... although technically it's the "backside" of the paper form. We're going to field test it and see how it goes.... Right now, I have no idea how it will tie-in with the "front side" information, if it will even be a PDF, so I may or may not need to figure out that addScript thing that you mentioned.