Adding formatting and calculations to PDF forms with Acrobat 8

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Learn how to add formatting and calculations to your PDF forms to improve user experience.


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Lori Kassuba

4, 2016-02-18 18, 2016

Hi Marilyn,

It’s not clear how you have your form set up but you can change other fields based on a dropdown. Details at:
https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/change_another_field

Thanks,
Lori

Marilyn

2, 2016-02-14 14, 2016

Watched the above video… GREAT info… however I have a question. I want to calculate a percentage cost to a number of labels… e.g. if the label is HANDLING_COST… the percentage could vary between 10%, 15%, 20% or 25% depending on who the agency is. Can you help with this? Thanks in advance. Marilyn

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