That sort of automation may have been available before hackers made all of our lives miserable in some small way. AFAIK the only option is to export the content of one interactive PDF form as XML and import the XML into a second interactive PDF.
The attached has both export and import actions assigned to buttons for demonstration purposes.
Export-Import-XML.pdf 17.6 K
Great! I think that is what I am looking for. The end users just have Reader so this solution would work perfectly.
Thanks again Steve
Do i need to do both Export and Import. Can we do if we close the second form, which can be a popup on first form, papulates same fields into the first form?
I want to perform task...Please let me know how do i do it.
I have a form1, and there is a hyderlink on it.
When i click on hyperlink, i should get one more pdf (say form2)
Some fields are common to both forms (form1 and form2)
when i fill fields in form2, common fields in form1 should get autofilled.
Note:form2 has to be a popup, not attachement in form1. There must be parent and child relation.