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Solved: Adobe Acrobat - user form using excel template

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by gevans, May 24, 2011.

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  1. gevans

    gevans Thread Starter

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    Hello y'all - hope someone can help :confused:

    I created a user-form in adobe acrobat using an existing Excel spread. I am new to Adobe and could use some help. The form seems to be working all right except for a couple of issues I can't seem to resolve??

    The adobe file is a 3 page document; page 1 is a text / financial data mix, page 2 is all the financial data (some of which feeds to page 1), and page three is just text. Here are the issues:

    1. MUST HAVE: Page 2 - Financials: My "C" field will not auto calculate unless field "E" is completed with an amount greater than $1. This is usually zero but for a few exceptions, so this is a problem.

    2. LIKE TO HAVE: Page 1 - When completing page 1's 'CLASS' field, upon entering data in this field, can I have the cursor 'go-to' the 1st field on page 2 and skip over the signature section on the bottom of page 2?
     

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