2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 7, 2017 2:07 PM by try67

    Can you add a row using Acrobat?


      We have fillable forms, I want to be able to add a row if the previous one is used. Is this possible with Acrobat or do I need Livecycle. Also, the forms need to be filled in on an Ipad.

        • 1. Re: Can you add a row using Acrobat?
          Joel_Geraci Adobe Community Professional

          Adding a row to a PDF form would require that you use a Dynamic XFA form and use LiveCycle designer to create the form. However, the Adobe Acrobat on mobile doesn't support Dynamic XFA. You won't be able to fill out the PDF on an iPad.

          • 2. Re: Can you add a row using Acrobat?
            try67 MVP & Adobe Community Professional

            You can add a row of fields in an Acrobat form, but you can't "re-flow" the page, so there will have to be white space available for the fields before you created it. Or you could spawn an entire page full of fields. But those things are not going to work on an iPad.

            Your best chance is to create these fields in advance, hide them and then display them when they are required. That might work on an iPad, especially if you use Readdle's PDF Expert.