So just a little formatting question. The current format is "m/dd h:MM"
and I would like to add the abbreviated day of the week to the beggining
and AM/PM to the end.I tried: "EEE, m/dd h:MM A" But the EEE and A just
appear as EEE and A. Any ideas? Thanks
Got it to work with:"this .rawValue="Last Saved: "+dtStamp;""this" being
the text box I wanted the date displayed in.And to answer my other
question about downloading from a web client. the presave event is not
triggered so I think this will work great to see what time the form was
last saved. Thanks for the help.
Off to a great start. When I use this script a pop up box appears
displaying the current date. How would I instead get this date to show
in a locked field on the form itself? Not app.alert I'm guessing.Also is
this preSave event going to be triggered when this form is downloaded
from an email client and saved to someplace on a users computer?
Is there a way that I could add a time stamp to my document and have it
update whenever someone has saved a form? Users will be saving the pdf
and emailing us the form not submitting the form using the submit
experience with... Thanks for any help!John
Where you able to save the form after editing, close the form, open it
back up and see your changes? Sorry I should have added that to the
initial post. This form, as of right now, is only going to be used
between myself and one other individual and we will just be sending the
form as an attachment through email.Could there be complications that
arise from using diffrent operating systems? The client is not on a
H, I posted a while back about a problem with a simple PDF form and I
thought I had figured it out but my client is still saying he can't fill
it out with Adobe Reader. Here is my last post:
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/833804And here is the form:
somebody please download my form and tell me if they can use Reader to
edit and save, or if there are any other problems? I tried it with the
newest version ...
They are not using a Mac. I can't find this Advanced > "Extend Features
in Adobe Reader" Option. I have looked in both LiveCycle and Acrobat and
can't find a advanced section. I am using Acrobat Pro on Windows 7 x64.
Thanks for the help.John