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Building dynamic forms with Acrobat 9 and LiveCycle Designer

Learn how to create dynamic XFA fillable PDF forms.

By J.P. Terry – April 27, 2010

 

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In this on-demand seminar, learn how to create dynamic XFA PDF forms. Join J.P. Terry, co-founder and CEO of SmartDoc Technologies, as he covers important differences between creating static PDF forms and dynamic XFA PDF forms.

Using a real institutional investor case study, J.P. will show the advanced techniques that were used to make the form filling process much easier and more accurate for the investor. For instance, the investor's fillable PDF forms include an auto-completion feature that provides relevant suggestions as the user types into the PDF form fields. You may be familiar with how this feature works if you use Google's Type Ahead feature on google.com. Other dynamic PDF form techniques will be described and explained. This presentation includes JavaScript code and sample files for each dynamic form technique.

Who should attend?

People who create PDF forms in Acrobat or LiveCycle Designer.


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