This probably isn't the answer you're looking for, but the only solution
that occurs to me is to mark the file as read-only in Windows.
(Right-click, select Properties from the menu, select the Read-only
checkbox, then click OK.) That would prevent Acrobat from overwriting it
with the filled-in version. I'm not aware of anything within Acrobat
itself to accomplish this, but maybe someone else has a better idea.
Hi,I am also using Windows 7. In my experience, you cannot submit a form
by email when previewing the form in LC Designer. If you want to test,
close out the form in LC Designer and open it in Acrobat and test from
there. Good luck,Niall
Niallafter some more investigating I found something that will clear
this. form1.ListSAPApplication.clearItems();Never thought about a
"clear", was struggling with reset etc..Thank you so much for your help.
Hi, The easiest way would be to check the value of the dropdown and the
addition of the two checkboxes. By default a checkbox has the following
binding: On = 1 and Off = 0. Therefore if you add the two checkboxes
together and get 0, you know that the user has not selected either.
There is an example here for tracking if checkboxes are ticked:
http://assure.ly/xDbtbx and http://assure.ly/omsURE. Something along the