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Topic: Re-setting multi-page form
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 104055
From: Linkerbink
Date: 1/17/2004 01:56 AM

I am using Acrobat 5.0. I have a two-page form for our website where I want to have the form fields re-set to blank upon closing. Using Set Page won't work because it re-sets the first page when you go on to the second page. I found a menu item "Tools...JavaScript...Set Document Actions" which I assume would be the one to use, but my knowledge of Java Script is non-existent. Can anyone tell me what the script would be to re-set the entire document upon closing?

Thanks to all you experts who have pity on us poor newbies!

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