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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 94968
From: scarton1
Date: 8/22/2003 02:44 PM

I'm an optometrist trying to become paperless in my exam room. The table below is part of an eye examination form I'm trying to create. I turned the Word doc into an Acrobat 5.05 PDF and created combo box form fields in the white areas of the table. Frequently, the fields under Manifest Refraction are the same value (-1.00, 180, etc.) as those in the Retinoscopy section. I'd like to create a button (Copy to MR), which would copy the values from Retinoscopy to Manifest Refraction. How does one do this?

Another idea was to make the mr_ fields =Ret_ field X1, ie. a calculated field>
ret_odsph ret_odcyl ret_odax
ret_ossph ret_oscyl ret_osax

mr_odsph mr_odcyl mr_odax
mr_ossph mr_oscyl mr_osax

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