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14-10-2016

I use LiveCycle to create simple forms and I'm not an IT person.  I have a document that leads our employees, via email, to get passwords reset and unlocked in different systems.  On this same document I want to be able to have them click a button and take them out to our site where they can enter an IT helpdesk ticket.  I have an HTTP: URL.  If I can do this please tell me what directions to follow.  When I use HTTP button it changes to PDF and it's not pretty.  Thanks

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Hi,

You can use a normal button and add some code to the click event,  something like this JavaScript;

xfa.host.gotoURL("http://www.adobe.com");

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