I'm quite happy with InDesign's form creation tools. It's obvious that they aimed to strike a balance between too much and not-enough. That said, there's one thing that I'm not clear if I can do or not.
I am developing a travel expense form. There are number of line-items and each needs to have exactly the same drop-down box. The idea is that the end user will pick the cost category for the line item. Fortunately, I don't need to pass any of this data to a place. It's just going to be saved, printed and signed and then the paper copy will be submitted.
That said, the list of categories will be around 20+. It would be nice if I could import them into the field preferences. It's not the end of the world if I can't, but it would sure save time. I realize I can just create one drop-down field and then copy/paste/rename a bunch more.
Thanks, Bob. I am looking at that download and trying to figure things out.
Follow-up question: Does anyone know of a way which I can set the default value of a combobox? Is this something I should do in Acrobat?