I have an InDesign form in which there is a radio button that toggels the visabiltiy of a form field. It functions fine; no problems. However, when the the form field is visable, it covers other areas of text. I would like to know whether it is possible to have a layout make adjustments to accomodate space for the form field. In this case, have the text boxes shift down if the form field is open or shift up if the form field is closed.
Remember that buttons and forms are going to be viewed in PDF files. In the PDF specification, buttons and form fields are required to always appear on top of other objects so that wouldn't be possible.
It is possible, but not for radio buttons and not for PDF. I tested it. You can use a normal button to make the form field appear and make the text box jump down. You can use another button, to do vice versa. Both would be action type "Animation", which can't be assigned to radio buttons. So no toggling.
I thank you both for your answers; they make sense. I'll try a different approach when creating my form.