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Specify Field Appearance
When you create a PDF form, you can change the appearance of a field to suit the document You can choose to have a border or not, choose to have a background or not, and, if applicable,
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specify border and background colors You can also control text attributes To specify the appearance of a form field, do the following: 1 Create a form field, as outlined in the previous section 2 Click the Appearance tab to reveal the dialog box shown here:
3 In the Borders and Colors section, click the Border Color swatch to choose to choose a color for the field border and then click the Background Color swatch to choose a color for the field background By default, each swatch has a diagonal red line through it signifying no color You can choose a color for border and background, either, or none 4 Click the triangle to the right of the Line Thickness field and from the drop-down menu choose Thin, Medium, or Thick You use this option to specify the width of the border 5 Click the triangle to the right of the Line Style field and from the drop-down menu choose Solid, Dashed, Beveled, Inset, or Underlined 6 If the field type you choose has text, click the triangle to the right of the Font Size field and choose a size from the drop-down menu Alternatively, you can enter a value no smaller than 2 pts (points) and no larger than 300 pts If you select Auto, Acrobat sizes the text to fit the field with the exception of a text field that is set to display multiple lines For a text field with multiple lines, the Auto option sizes the text to fit the field as the user enters it 7 Click the Text Color button and choose a color from the pop-up palette Alternatively, you can click the Other Color button to create a custom color from the system color picker 8 Click the triangle to the right of the Font field and choose a font from the drop-down menu Note that if you select a font not available on the user s system, the field font reverts to the user s default system font, or, if able, Acrobat renders a reasonable facsimile of the
CHAPTER 14: Create Forms
original font You can always embed the font, but be aware that font licensing issues may be involved and embedding fonts will bloat the file size After you set appearance options for the field, click the other tabs, choose the parameters that apply, and then click OK to complete the field After you create a field, align it, and set up all the parameters, you can prevent accidentally moving or otherwise editing the field by locking it To lock a field, click the Lock check box from within the form field Properties dialog box
Create a Button Field
You can use buttons for many things in Acrobat You can use them for navigation devices and to submit forms or initiate an action When you create a button, you can assign different actions to each state of the button For example, you can have a sound play when the user rolls the mouse over the button You can even change the appearance of the button based on the interaction of the user s mouse with the button To create a button field, follow these steps: 1 Select the Button tool from the Forms toolbar and define the boundaries of the field 2 Click the Appearance tab and specify the applicable appearance options, as outlined previously in the Specify Field Appearance section If you select the Read Only option, the button will not be interactive and any action you assign to it will not execute 3 Click the Options tab 4 Click the triangle to the right of the Layout field and from the drop-down menu choose one of the following options: Label Only; Icon Only; Icon Top, Label Bottom; Label Top, Icon Bottom; Icon Left, Label Right; Label Right, Icon left; or Label Over Icon 5 Click the triangle to the right of the Behavior tab and from the drop-down menu, choose one of the following:
Choose Invert, and the button colors invert when the button is clicked Choose None, and the button appearance does not change when clicked Choose Outline, and the button outline is highlighted when clicked Choose Push, and you can change the button face in the Up, Down, and Rollover states
6 In the Icon and Label section, if you choose a layout with text, enter the button text in the Label field If you choose a layout with an icon, click the Icon button and select an image for the button face 7 If you choose Push for the Behavior option, click one of the three states (Up, Down, or Rollover), and in the Icon and Label section specify the text and icon decoration for the button when it is in this state
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