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Archive: Development

Accessing the Acrobat Doc Object in LiveCycle Designer

Chris Dahl

So you've decided to move your Acrobat forms over to an Adobe LiveCycle Designer workflow. What happens to all of the JavaScript code you have written in the past to enhance your PDFs? Here's a tip from Chris Dahl that takes the pain out of this transition.

Developer   February 15, 2005

Adding dynamic stamps to PDFs when printing

Sean Stewart

Do you need to add stamps to hard copies of your PDF documents? This JavaScript tip from ARTS PDF's Sean Stewart allows for the addition of time and date stamps, expiry dates or other information to give you even greater control of your sensitive PDF documents.

Developer   January 19, 2005

Instant Printing From a JavaScript PopUpMenu

Dave Wraight

The following JavaScript code can be added to a button, bookmark or even link. When the user activates the button / bookmark / link a popup menu will be displayed on screen listing the page numbers (in page blocks of 20). If the user selects a page number that page will be silently printed to the default printer, no dialog boxes will be displayed.

Developer   April 14, 2004

Creating Large-Format PDF Documents

Not everything fits neatly onto a standard page. Sometimes a larger page size is needed, and this tip shows you how.

Enterprise & Government   March 19, 2004

Auto Generating Form Fields in Acrobat

Ted Padova

To create a table array where multiple columns or rows need individual form fields, begin by manually creating a field for each row or column.

Developer   March 08, 2004

Creating layered PDF documents

With Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional, you can preserve the layers in the Adobe PDF documents created from Microsoft Visio or Autodesk AutoCAD drawings. This tip from Adobe.com shows you how.

Creative & Print   February 25, 2004

Printing PDFs using JavaScript in Acrobat 6.0

Acrobat 6.0 added significant functionality, including richer support for JavaScript. We detail how to print PDFs using JavaScript.

Developer   January 21, 2004

Getting Form Fields in Order

Dave Wraight

In previous versions of Acrobat, users could simply choose a menu item from the Form fields menu to change the Tab order of Form fields. When version 6 hit the streets this option simply vanished! We get to the bottom of this functionality in Acrobat 6.

Developer   January 15, 2004

Automating Page Actions

Dave Wraight

In this follow-up to Using Page Actions to Trigger Events in PDFs, we show you how to add Actions (either Closing or Opening actions) to every Page in your PDF document - in batch!

Developer   January 12, 2004

Using the JavaScript Disclosed Document Property

Chris Dahl

With the introduction of Acrobat 6.0 comes the new 'disclosed' PDF document property, and its value determines whether a PDF can be accessed by JavaScript from within other PDF documents. Our latest sheds some light on this subject.

Developer   November 14, 2003

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Adding a PDF Stamp Comment

OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.