Not in InDesign. That has to be done in Acrobat.
Many thanks. Can the document be created in indesign and then edited in Acrobat? Or do I have to do the whole thing in acrobat? Im not really an acrobat user...guessing I will need to learn.
You can create the form in InDesign, and then format each form field in
Acrobat. If you'll be going back and forth between InDesign and Acrobat
(for corrections, etc.) you'll lose the formatting and have to redo it
If your form is a single page, and has up to 10 form fields, you can use
the free version of FormMagic -- you create the form as usual in
InDesign, but run FormMagic in InDesign to save a file containing the
details of your form's formatting. Then, when you export the form to
Acrobat, you go to the FormMagic entry at the bottom of the edit menu in
Acrobat and run that command to restore the formatting to all your form
Depends on the changes. You can make changes to the layout and then replace the page in Acrobat while retaining the form fields. Of course if things moved, you'll need to move the fields to match.