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How to insert a "clear" button to a specific field

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21-02-2011

I want to add a button that results in a specific field being cleared or reset in my form without it actually resetting the whole form.  I have dabbled with with some script but it seems to rest the whole form.

For example I have a group of fields in page 3 where the user selects a course units from a drop down menu (i.e.DropDownList1, DropDownList2 etc..).  I want to put a button beside this group of fields so they can reset the field group.  In saying this I need to know how to group the 5 fields together so the 'clear' button clears that group of fields.

In you answer can you also indicate with of the selection in the "Show" drop down menu I need to select.  E.g. is it click, mouseup, mousedown, etc...

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Thanks Niall

The link to the doc is

https://acrobat.com/#d=FM1vC*TftqRKzedpj8fy4A

Craig Doran

Investigation, Compliance and Enforcement Training Systems.

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www.icets.com.au

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