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Designing a fillable PDF - drop-down list

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Designing a fillable PDF - how does one copy the content of the "text" box of one drop-down list to paste into "text" boxes of multiple drop-down lists for the same form?

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You can't copy and paste the values from the object palette definition but you can copy and paste the entire object...would that not do the same thing?

Paul

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pls explain your query clearly

Nith

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I'm fairly new at using Adobe LiveCycle Designer, so I may not be up to par with the correct terminology.

Please see the attached file.  I've made notes with screen shots of the form.

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Odd. I did attach it.

Here it is.

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You can't attach files via email if that's what you've done. You have to do it in the forum.

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Ah.  Sorry.  I'm very new at this.  It should be attached this time. Thanks

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You can't copy and paste the values from the object palette definition but you can copy and paste the entire object...would that not do the same thing?

Paul

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Thank you! Thank you! That works. I do the same in other programs. I don't know why I didn't think about doing that in this program. Too new I guess.

Again thank you!

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