I just installed a trial version of LifeCycle ES4. I'm using ES2. I'm
just going to see if I can persuade the boss to let me purchase the
upgrade. It seems to be something buggie in ES2 and/or ES2 combined with
Acrobat X since this started after I upgraded.
I know this SHOULD work, but the Preview PDF option is grayed out. Any
other ideas? I'm really bummed that I have to open the form every time I
want to preview it. Then I have to close it again so that I can save
changes to the form while I'm building it.
Ever since I upgraded to Adobe Acrobat X I have no preview tab. I have
tried to find the solution to this and it all seems to point to having
my Internet preferences set to display PDF is browser. That is my
setting but I still cannot preview my forms.
Here’s how I resolved it with Raghu's help. First I selected the cell
that was displaying the unwanted zeroes. Then I went into the Scripts
Editor and in the Show: field I selected layout:ready* from the
drop-down list. Next I pasted your formula and it worked beautifully.
Thank you so very much! I can move on to my next project now.Here is the
formula: if ($ == 0) then $ = "" endif
I have 5 decimal fields that all have exactly the same settings. They
are set as Decimal field, limit training digits (2), with the pattern
display set to $1,234.21. Nothing under the edit tab, the validation
tab, or the data tab. When I preview the form, three of the fields show
$0.00. The other two are just blank. I don't care which way they are
displayed, I would just like for them all to look the same. Any idea
what needs to be changed here? I'm at a loss!
I have a form with a field that is a decimal field marked "read only".
It has a formula in it that is calculated so I would like for the tab
order to simply skip over this field. They cannot enter anything into
the field. Is this possible?
Don't use the regular "'submit by email button." If you use this button,
you can only submit the data as XML. Instead, make your own button. In
the Object library under Standard objects, click and drag a plain button
to your form. Change the Control Type to Submit. Now you should have a
new tab called Submit with a "submit to URL" option. In that field type
the return email address in the following format:
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. Toward the bottom of the same option, there is a
field that says "...