Tutorial 1: Copying Fields
Tutorial 2: Making a Table
Many forms use tables or arrays of similar fields for adding numbers or detailing items. Purchase orders, expense reports, and bills of lading are just some examples of how groups of fields are used in this manner. Unfortunately, Acrobat Forms doesn?t include the ability to create arrays in an automatic manner. But with a little knowledge about accurate placement of fields, multiple selection and alignment, and the new grid feature, this can be a much less painful authoring procedure.
Tutorial 3: Formatting and Calculations
Adobe Store order form
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This photo album can be used to store all your family treasures.
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Tic Tac Toe
This old favorite is certainly worth a shot. Remember three in a row to win. Bring a friend
Credit Card tester
Need to validate a credit card? This sample does all sorts.
This example allows a user to browse for an appearance and embed it into the form.
Business Card builder
Not only will this sample build you your business cards complete with photo, it also takes care of the envelopes and letterhead as well.
Lease Vehicle Receipt
See the contraversial scrape on the left bumper of this returned vehicle.