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Is there a way to delet a javascript from a form?

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I have a form that has some javascript I no longer need. I've tried deleting it out of the Script Editor, and even deleting the field it is attached to, but no good.

When I open the form in Acrobat, the debugger always comes up.

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I can see only this script variable in your form, you can select this and remove all the lines from the script editor, then it will be deleted from the form.

 

 

 

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Community Advisor

Need to check the form for any reference to javascript(vkatoch07@gmail.com). For debugger, you can disable it in Acrobat choosing from Edit> preferences>Javascript

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Level 2

Thanks you, but I'm not sure do you delete it? That's what I'm having difficulty figuring out.

 

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Community Advisor

Share your form vkatoch07@gmail.com.

 

I’ll have a look.

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I can see only this script variable in your form, you can select this and remove all the lines from the script editor, then it will be deleted from the form.

 

 

 

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Level 10

The debugger says, it's a Folder-Level script. So the script you're looking for is not placed in your form but in a js-file saved on your computer. Look into the Javascripts folder of your Acrobat: 

 

/C/Program Files (x86)/Adobe/Acrobat DC/Acrobat/Javascripts