With a Basic or Plus subscription you can use skip logic. Skip logic allows you to skip over pages or hide/show questions based on the answers to previous questions. Creating an interactive form like this in PDF is quite difficult. With FormsCentral it is very easy to make an interactive HTML form that you can send around. Is there a particular reason you would want it to be a PDF file?
Thank you so much for this response.
I would want it to be a pdf so we can store it in permanent files . . . but maybe after the form is completed we could take a static “picture” of the completed form and store that . . . ???
So – this is a service that we would need to pay for on a monthly basis? Or – could we create this one form, have access to the form – or “own” the form, and quit the service? This is really a one-shot thing. We don’t need to be creating these complicated forms regularly.
Once a response is received you can save it as a PDF file. This FAQ explains how to do that: http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1383
You subscribe to the service on an ongoing basis. The service not only let's you create forms, but also let's you collect and manage the forms centrally. This webinar I did a few weeks ago provides a demo of the entire product: http://adobechats.adobeconnect.com/p3kcafltksj/ Take a look at it and you'll see how we can help you out - we provide email notifications, submission receipts, attachments (upload files with form), summary reports and more.
Thanks again for the info.