Thanks for the info. A few followup questions if you don't mind: This
form will be sent to our client, and they will send it to their
customers. Can the connection setup be scripted, or is it simple enough
that a generic set of instruction can be given to the end user to allow
them to setup the connection and map their fields to the form's content
easily?I doubt that the end user would have their data in a compatible
XML format, so this option may not be necessary. Is Reader-enabling a
form in L...
I have not yet had a chance to work with LiveCycle, and I have been
given a project which I need to determine if LiveCycle would be the
correct solution. The client originally wanted this to be a Microsoft
Word form, but I doubt that I can meet the requirements using Word.I
need to design a form which a user can enter multiple line items either
manually, or by importing existing data. The data itself would be about
40-50 distinct pieces of data, in a block of several sections and
multiple lines ...
No, I don't. Even if I did, that seems to probably be overkill, since
only one person will be using this document. Right now, she takes the
Acrobat PDF that I created, copies it for the current job, fills it out
and inserts the PDFs that go with the form, and sends it to the client.
Since it appears that I would be able to do what I need by printing the
dynamic form to a new PDF, I may see if I can script that workflow for
her, and set up a process to automate compiling the printed form with
I'm very new to LiveCycle (using version 8.0). I have a simple form that
I had to create recently in Acrobat, and it would be better suited to a
dynamic form. I would really like to rebuild it in LiveCycle (it would
be a perfect project to use for learning the basics of the application),
but I have a question before I begin.The form will be filled out by a
coworker, and then she needs to insert pages from another PDF. I didn't
think this would be possible, and from what I can see, that seems to ...