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Using Acrobat JavaScript with forms

Learn where to enter scripts, how to perform common tasks, and scripting that will work in Reader.

By June 22, 2010


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Need to do some form scripting, but don’t know how to start? This session will get you over the hump. We’ll start with a birds-eye view of the Acrobat Scripting environment and then zoom into the details you need to get real form work done. You’ll learn where to enter scripts, how to perform common tasks, the do's and don'ts of Acrobat JavaScript and scripting that will work in Reader. Throughout the session, real world forms will be used as examples.

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