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Paul,Thank you VERY much for the feedback.This was exactly the information I needed.Thanks again,David Gambal

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I have done this but still no luck.I pick "Manually collect responses in my email inbox"Next "Save a local copy and manually send it later"Then "Finish"When I send out the distributed version of the PDF out in an email and the user completes the form and clicks on the "Submit Form" button it automatically sends it to the old email address I need to change this address where the form info gets sent to...Please help.......Thank you in advance

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Agreed, but where??

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Yes, that is correct.I did not manually add this button, so I am assuming it was somehow automatically created.It worked great up until now that I need to change the "To:" email address.I've look through the XML code associated this this email address and changed it every where I could find it, but it still hasn't changed my results. So, I have no idea how to change this and as stated above, if I create a new form it automatically sets it up to be sent to the wrong email address. Not sure why or...

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Thank you for the reply.Below is the screen shot of what I see when I followed your instructions. Now, how do I change the value in the "To:" email address.I tried to create a brand new form and it still keeps this as the default "To:" email address...Thanks again for your help.

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I've created this form using Adobe LiveCycle and Acrobat and want to change the email address in the "Submit Form" button.Please advise.

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How do you change the email address associated with this version of the "Submit Form" button?Thank you...

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Thank you for the reply, but the "Submit Form" button to which I'm referring, was somehow automatically placed on the form, not manually by me....Thoughts?

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I've created a pdf form using Adobe Live Cycle ES 8.2 and it has been working fine. Now I need to change the email address it gets sent to when the user clicks on the "Submit Form" button.How can I change this email address?Thank you in advance

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I created a form to be distributed, filled in and emailed back to me for my company.It has been working fine, but now I need to change the email address where it will be sent when the user clicks the "Submit Form" button. How? All I need to do is change this email address, everything else is set.Please help.Thanks

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This is great!!!Thank you VERY much for this info.Have a nice day.........

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Please let me know if there is any way for a user (someone sent a form created with Adobe LiveCycle Designer to complete and email back) to be able to click on a populated dropdown list and type in a value which matches one of the values in the dropdown list, but for the user not have to worry whether or not they type it using all upper case letters, lower case letter or a mix.For example, my XML data for this list is a listing of over 1200 names as follows:Jim NaziumChuck RoastGeorge Towneetc.....

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OK, I was able to solve this one.The trick is to make sure you save the former in the Designer as "Adobe Dynamic XML Form (*.pdf)".Enjoy!!

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Kyle,Guess I spoke too soon.I used the info from the link you listed above with ends with 19234.html to create what I needed. On the machine I created this form on, when I email it to myself, it works great, but when I email it to myself on a different machine, it goes back to only allowing the first letter to match.Please advise.Thank you

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Is there no way to have a user type in a value in a drop down list without regards to upper or lower case and match the drop down list's values no matter how that list is entered:For example:In my XML is a large list similiar to John Smith Mary Jones George Towne etcI would like the user to be able to type into the drop down list with either "Geo" or "GEO" or "geo" and get taken to George Towne in the list.Please let me know if this is possible.Thank you.

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This was extremely helpful.One more additional question, is there a way to allow the user to type in regardless of upper or lower case and still have them match against my mixed case drop down list?Thanks again

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I have a drop down list in my form with contains thousands of names in order by Last Name then First Name.If the user's name is Adam Zapple, it will be listed "Zapple Adam"....I would like the user to either have the option to only use the drop down list or they can type "Zapple" or any portion and have it populate the value.Is there a setting or code which I can use which will do this?Currently, if the user types in a "Z" it will take them to the beginning of the "Z" names (since I have them li...

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Thank you for the response and excuse my ignorance, but where would this go?I looked under the XML Source tab but can't see this anywhere.Please advise.

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I am fairly new to Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES 8.2, but I would like to have a drop down list of managers and another drop down list of employees.I would like this set up in such a way where the manager can click on their own name in the manager list and have a drop down list appear which is only populated with their directly reporting employees. They can then click on the individual employee they are going to report on.Then there will be several questions pertaining to the individual direct rep...

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Thank you again for the reply, but I'm not sure how to do this:I've started with a brand new form using the New Form Assistant.Then I dragged and dropped a Drop-down List onto the formI have a list of names in Excel, but not sure how to paste it from "XML Source" view...Please advise.Thank you

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Thank you for the reply.....What version of Adobe LiveCycle Designer are you using?My version does not show the "clipboard" icon on the "List Items:" line.

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I am a new user to Adobe LiveCycle Designer and have created a form which a manager is required to fill out for each of their employees.I would like to create a drop-down object which will contain the name of the employees, so the manager can just pick the employee from a dropdown list and then fill out the evaluation. We have over 1000 employees, so I don't want to type them in one by one.Please let me know how to link the list of employees to this form from another source. I can put the list o...

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Although your issue is far beyond mine, I was hoping you can help me out.....I need to create a drop down list of names which I wish to somehow link to an Excel spreadsheet.Please let me know the steps I need to do. I've tried several things, but nothing seems to work and I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.Thank you

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Please provide more specific steps as I've never tried anything like this before.Thank you

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