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Topic: Javascript not visible with Adobe Professional 6.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 112172
From: b
Date: 5/27/2004 12:16 AM

Hi,

I have added javascript in one of the fields (Text field) of PDF form while creating that form using Adobe 5.0. Now I have installed Adobe Professional 6.0 on my machine.

1) When I open this form with Adobe Professional 6.0 then go to field property --> format tab, it shows me "Select format category" as "None", as if there was no custom javascript been written.

2) Open the same form in Adobe 5.0, go to field property --> format tab, it shows Category "Custom" selected and I can view/edit corresponding javascript.

I have approx 50 such forms. I tried opening all the forms and got the same problem. Custom javascript is not visible in Adobe professional 6.0 in any of these forms. Has anyone faced this issue with Adobe Professional 6.0? Any help appreciated.

Thanks

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