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Are there any good souls ?
The answer will depend upon what program you are creating the form in since AcroForms and LiveCycle Designer use different syntax and offer different capabilities.
You also should consider a different approach to your solution. One field for the results requires additional formatting. You also may have a security issue if you include the answers within the form.
We are anxiously waiting,
... still waiting ... :)
With Acrobat, Radio Buttons and check boxes have a value of "Off" when not selected so you will need to provide for this value.
Arrays can be automatically incremented starting at zer0, have their elements named or a combination. So with careful naming of the fields or array elements, one should be able to programatically match the answer to the question.
For more information on creating forms:
Documentation available from Adobe:
Acrobat SDK; http://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat/
Acrobat FDF Toolkit: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat/fdftoolkit.html
PDF Reference: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/pdf/pdf_reference.html
The above sites include additional links to other PDF information.
Adobe Acrobat Bible series by Ted Padova
Adobe Arcobat Tips and Tricks by Donna L. Baker
Extending Acrobat Forms with JavaScirpt by John Deubert
Creating Dynamic Forms with Adobe LiveCycle Designer by J. P. Terry
Adobe Sponsored forums:
Acrobat User-to-User forums: http://www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx/.3bbeda8b/
Acrobat User Community: http://www.acrobatusers.com/
Planet PDF Forums: http://forum.planetpdf.com/wb/default.asp
Other PDF Sites:
Planet PDF: http://www.planetpdf.com/
Windjack Solutions: http://www.windjack.com/
Ted's Homepage: http://www.west.net/~ted/index.html
Abracadabra PDF: http://www.abracadabrapdf.net/index.php?lng=en
D. P. Story (Acrotex): http://www.acrotex.net.
PDF Zone: http://www.pdfzone.com/
thanks for the references !!