First of all, this question may or may not have been asked before. Apologise for repeating it if it has been asked.
I know the steps to create the text fields, radio buttons, etc for a fillable form in Acrobat Pro. I usually layout the design in InDesign, export flat PDF, and use Acrobat to finish off the fillable element.
This question has bugged me for some time and I haven't been able to figure it out. Basically, when I run the form wizard in Acrobat, it picks up some of the text fields / tick boxes, etc, and I thought it's a bit random to pick up some but not all of the fields automatically. My question is how can I set up the form in InDesign so that Acrobat picks up most/all of the fields like in this video (https://adobechats.adobeconnect.com/_a200985228/a9idform/)?
My question might be vague... let me elaborate a bit.
Should I use a table cell for a text field so that Acrobat will pick up that cell and says "this is a text field"?
Or should it just a text box?
What about tick boxes? How would Acrobat know? Does it guess?
Is there a rule that I can follow?
How to make the form accessible?
Thanks heaps for your help in advance.