Ready? Here it is. It's a method that belongs to the App object, called popUpMenu (note the capital letters). The usage is like this:
var fnt = app.popUpMenu("Times-Roman","Helvetica","Courier");
var f = this.getField("MainWindow");
f.textFont = fnt;
button's mouse-up event, you'll cause a button hit to pop up a menu of typeface choices,
from which the user can choose a new font for the text field named MainWindow.
The popup menu you get when you implement this function does truly "pop up" out of
nowhere, and it functions correctly in that the selection you make takes effect the instant
you let go of the mouse button. So, it's a wonderful little function (IMHO). Given its
wonderfulness, I asked an Adobe engineer why it wasn't documented. He as much as said that
Adobe QA (quality assurance) wouldn't give a "pass" to it for commercial release, because it
"didn't behave well enough." He wasn't any more specific than that. I haven't beat on it
very much, but to me it behaves wonderfully and I intend to use it a lot. The same engineer
that I talked to told me that popUpMenu() will not be deprecated in the future
but in fact will undergo some tweaks in order to make it prime-time ready for Acrobat 5.
So there you go. You now have in your hands an Acrobat 5.0 feature, that no one else
knows about! Use it responsibly.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.