First thing is to determine what type of form you want (Static Interactive, Dynamic, Dynamic Ineractive etc ....)You are looking at the Dynamic Interactive sample and without understanding how dynamic forms work you will find it difficult to modify. Most people start with static forms and when they have that mastered they add some simple dynamic capabilities to it. Then they get more complicated with full dyna,ic interactive capabilities (like th epne you are looking at).
Can you describe what you want your form to do then I can potentially suggest a more appropriate sample.
Thank you for the reply pguerett. I didn't realize there were so many choices to make. I bought Acrobat 9 Pro because I was told I could make interactive forms. I was not told about the various types of forms that you describe. As I have already spent the money I am determined to learn how this works. I know what you mean by a static form, but not sure about dynamic and dynamic interactive. Can you point me to some samples of each kind of form you referred to?
As to your question, what I would like to do is learn how to increase the number of rows under the Item, Descriptions, Quantity, Unit Price and Amount columns in the Purchase Order template. And as the number of rows increases the form should grow, (move down), keeping all other elements in line. I envision it similar to a table in a spreadsheet; you can add additional rows in a table and rows below the insertion point move down and keep their alignment and add a page if necessary. I hope this makes sense.
Again, thank you for your time and help
There are sample that ship with the product that show the dufferentr types of forms. What you are describing is a dynmaic interactive form. The samples are located in the Designer install folder in this location:
Pay particular attention to the Ourchase Order samples.