Creating a form template using Adobe LiveCycle Designer and Acrobat 8

Learn how to use the form templates that ship with LiveCycle Designer to quickly and easily create a PDF form for data collection.

By May 24, 2007

 



Acrobat 8 Professional includes Adobe LiveCycle Designer for creating forms. In this tutorial, learn how to use the form templates that ship with LiveCycle Designer to quickly and easily create a PDF form for data collection.


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Lori Kassuba

3, 2015-11-04 04, 2015

Hi Curious,

Yes, it does, but forms designed using LiveCycle have some other limitations: 1) They need to be reader-enabled in order to save them in Reader (and therefore subject to license restrictions) 2)They don’t work on mobile devices.
Here is another tutorial on this for your reference:
https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/creating-expanding-form-fields

Thanks,
Lori

Curious

6, 2015-10-27 27, 2015

Does Adobe LiveCycle Designer allow you to print the entire contents of a text box on a form you create in LiveCycle and not just the text that is visible?  I.e. does the information on the form continue to flow down so that all text entered on the form shows up on the printed copy?
Thanks!

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