You can also place an email submit button on the form BEFORE you distribute the form. That way, the submit button will be more visible to the users.
Thank you for the quick response George. I guess a better way communicate what I need to accomplish is "how"
This is the script I am attempting to use.
var message = "When you have completed filling out the Tax Organizer, click on the purple "SUBMIT" button at the top of the page. This will automaticall submit your Tax Organizer for you. Be sure to print a copy for your files"
If you could provide some step by steps that would be super.
I am wanting this pop-up box to open and the client will have to then click on the "ok" button to make it dissapear so that they can then fill out the PDF.
The "Submit" button is auto created for me when I choose to distribute the form, I am unaware of any way to move it.
I feel that my issue is a elementary one, I am currently working through the Adobe Classroom in a Book lessons as all my acrobat skills have been self taught.
If you add a button to your form and set it up with a "Submit a form" action, and use a mailto type URL like the following:
when you distribute the form, it will modify the button action to do the same as the submit button in the purple document message bar area. So there will be the button that you created somewhere on the form, and the other purple button. The user can click either one.
You can't include quotation marks inside of a string that uses the same quotes to define it. You have to escape them, like so:
var message = "When you have completed filling out the Tax Organizer, click on the purple \"SUBMIT\" button at the top of the page. This will automaticall submit your Tax Organizer for you. Be sure to print a copy for your files"