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Topic: Designer/Acrobat Javascript Issues
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 152998
From: wsuaero
Date: 8/3/2006 10:39 PM

I am trying to program a timesheet that will autofill the dates worked given the start date. It needs to simply fill in the date (each time one more than the last) in fields. The problem is not the code, as I have found code from many other topics in this forum that pertain to what I'm doing, but that I can't get the code I input into designer to work in Acrobat, nor can I access the javascript from within acrobat.

I have tried to "edit all javascripts..." but the option is grayed out of the menu. How do I either enable the javascripts in Acrobat, or write them in Designer so that they will be functional within Acrobat?

Thanks for your help.


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