No one from Adobe is willing to comment on this ? !!
Really ... wow
This is a user to user advice forum - not Adobe.
The workflow with forms is to create them in InDesign and finish them in Acrobat. Is this what you've been doing?
Thanks for sounding in. Yes, up until now I have been doing the layout in InDesign and adding form fields in Acrobat. But there are two major flaws with this workflow;
1. there is no way to properly tag form fields in acrobat as the accessibility tool "Add form fields to tags" does not appear to do anything in the way of adding tags, so in the age of accessibility these forms are basically unusable to a person using a blind reader
2. when the client makes edits (which they always do), you have a big workflow downstream, at the very least you have to go through and cut and paste from the old PDF to the new PDF
Besides which Adobe has boldly made the claim that, as of CS6, the form fields can be set-up in InDesign...
Maybe you need to check your process. Lynda.com has some great online tutorials such as:
I have no connection with Lynda!