1 Reply Latest reply on May 11, 2009 11:09 AM by Patrick Leckey

    Acrobat 9.0 Javascript Debugger

    Joe The Engineer Level 1

      I'm trying to learn some stuff about writing javascript in documents for acrobat.  All of the documentation that i've looked at tells me that i have to go into Edit Preferences ---> JavaScript and hit the Enable Javascript Editor Checkbox.  At this point, I should be able to bring up the editor with CNTRL+j.  But that doesn't do anything for me.  The only way for me to see the editor is to go to Advanced ---> Document Processing ----> Set document actions.  It is very difficult with so little information to even know where to start. So should the editor be popping up now when i hit CNTRL + j????  There is very little information readily available in the editor to let me know what's going on, and almost all of the information i find on line is for earlier versions of acrobat.