I can't answer about the drop down menus, because I've run across a use for such and haven't explored the possibilities.
The is no extended version on the Mac Platform. There is on PC Side. Bigest thing it contibutes is XML based forms plus other touches.
when you go to adobe.com web site click on Acrobat and at some point there is a chart teling you what features are in each version.
Thanks so much. I didn't notice that it was only a Windows version. Too bad. It would have been a quick fix.
Of course you can do it in Pro. Use the Combo box tool from the Forms menu.
Depends on what you want to do with it.
If you just want it to have certain values, then no.
If you want it to interact with other fields, then yes.
I need it to drop down and have the client be able to choose a percentage value from the below:
Can you give me more info on how to do this?
Did you find this tool? It's under Tools, Forms, Combo box tool.
After you select it and draw your combo box you can enter the values under
the Options tab manually.
Yes, I found the tool and I've drawn the combo box. So tell me what I need to put in these areas to have drop own percentage fields becuase it's not all that clear to me.
Under Item enter 10% and click Add. Enter 20%, click Add. Etc.
THANK YOU! Huge help!
ok, one last quick question, the 100% wants to come right after 10% and before 20%. How do I get it to go after 90%?
Make sure Sort Items is not checked and then you can sort them manually with
the Up and Down buttons.
Perfect, thanks again!