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  • Hi, You could use script in the mouseEnter event:this.font.size = "16pt";This may also change the font size of the caption (from memory), so you might need this:this.font.size = "16pt"; this.cpation.font.size = "10pt";Then on mouseExit event: this.font.size = "10pt";Hope that helps,Niall

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  • Hi,You need to publish the file to allow people to access it. Log back into Acrobat.com, select the file and then in the lower left click Share File and then Publish. Niall

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  • Hi,Importing an existing document into LC Designer, in order to transfer an existing form can be done. However you will have limited functionality. Particularly if the form is intended to have dynamic behaviour. I would recommend that you recreate the form in LC Designer. You can then save this as a...

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  • You have posted the URL to the service and not the URL of the actual file. Log back on; publish the file; and then copy the URL for the published file. Thanks,Niall

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  • Hi,Yes, it can be done, but will require script. The issue is that while in the Object > Field palette you can set the subform's presence to "Visible (screen only)", this will still take up a blank space on the printout. Solution is to have the following script in the subform's prePrint event:this.p...

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  • Hi, It would be easier if you could share the form. I'll get to it when I can. Niall

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  • Hi,That is a tricky enough place to start. Becuase the main pages are not in a table, you would need to reference objects individually. This will get very complicated, very quickly. One option would be to have a single table with all of the selections. You can then have script to hide rows that do n...

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  • Hi, You can achieve this with a little additional script that looks to see if the Shift key is held down when the user clicks the image field. See an example here: http://assure.ly/j1KdNq. Hope that helps,Niall

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  • Hi, In either Acrobat or LC Designer you can drag on radio buttons, which when grouped will be mutually exclusive. I would recommend that you stick with the default circle shape for the radio buttons, as the user will know that they can only select one from the selection. Hope that helps,Niall

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