You can not have a button that will add an infinite number of entries but you can create a form that can create up to a certain number of entries.
See this post : http://forums.adobe.com/message/5539050
I created a quick form to show you how it looks like : https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=4XaXHYfSMaumC9mGH6EHAg
Sorry, you can't enforce a min file size. The only thing you can do is add a note (formatted text) to guide your user to upload the right size.
Thanks it works like a charm!!
I have another question and I'll ask it here but if you need me to create another post about this I will.
I know when I create a web form a "submit" button is created automatically. However I want to create a PDF form that I can email to my clients to fill up and instead of sending that PDF back to me, I would like a paypal and submit button that they can click on in that PDF. For security and confidentiality reasons this form cannot be embedded to our website.
Is that possible?
Sorry, PayPal integration is not available with PDF forms (only with online forms).
Thats ok then. WHat about the submit button? Can I embed that int he PDF form?
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Yes. You can have a submit button on a PDF form. Just go to the distribute tab and go to the PDF Form Tab to download the submission enabled PDF form. This is a paid feature.
Thank you very much!
I just realised though that skip logic doesn't work on downloaded PDFs so I'm back to square one.