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What you describe can be achieved, but it's not super simple. You can read this tutorial that explains how to do it: https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/change_another_field
Or, if you're interested, I've developed a tool that allows you to set it up without having to write any code. All you need to do is have a text file with the data and the tool will take care of the rest for you. You can find it here: Custom-made Adobe Scripts: Acrobat -- Populate Fields From Dropdown
I appreciate your help. The more i started to dig around to figure it out the more i reallized it my be harder than i thought and possibly over my head with this. Thanks for the link i'll deffinatly check that out. But your program have you had success with it? i mean as far as beginners go being able to figure it out. Before i found this community i went as far as just trying to find a company that would build my form for me but even with that i had no luck. But again i thank you and have a great day my friend
Yes, of course, I have people using it without any knowledge at all in scripting. It's not required.
And in case of any issues I'm always happy to help out over email.