Actually, it's easier to do with a tab-delimited text file than with a CSV
Go to Tools - Forms - More Form Options - Import Data, select Text files
from the file-type drop-down list, select your file, and you're done.
The first row of the file has to contain the names of the fields, and the
second row their values, all tab-delimited.
Is it possible to have the form read from it every time it is opened? Say like the first time I import it it will read from it then if I close it and edit the txt file in the same format when I open it up again in Adobe Reader will it read the new information or will it need to be imported again?
Ah, you're talking about Adobe Reader? This function is not available there. However, it is still possible to do it, using a custom-made script.
Sorry I didn't make that clear. I am designing the PDF form within acrobat pro but the people that will be using it within the office will be using adobe reader as Adobe keys/accounts are only given to a few members of staff.
This is a few months old PDF form as I have been making it for a while but I have been unable to get a label on the document to print out properly without setting the scale to 125% so I am incorporating applescript to handle UI and getting of the data and have the PDF form as the final part of the process.