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Topic: JAVA Script alert box
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54397
From: jjcanupp
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

I want to make a form reset button that after pushed displays an a message box that asks "Are you sure you want to reset form" with a yes/no option. This I have figured out with the following code:

var q = app."Are you sure you want to reset the form?",2,2);

What I can't figure out is how to set the if, else statement to close the question box and do nothing if the no option is pressed and reset the form if the yes option is selected. I thought that the rest of the code should go like this:
}
if (q==3)
//code to close question window not sure what it is//
else
//code to reset form not sure what it is//

Am I on the right track? Could some one help me fill in the missing code? I am lost and confused as this is my first experience in writing java script in Acrobat. Thanks so much in advance.






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