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Javascript in Adobe livecycle 8.0

Tovah137
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I am trying to create a program of sorts in Adobe Livecycle 8.0, I want to make a message box pop up when you click on certain things asking "have you checked for ____", I want to be able to click the "yes" or "okay" and have it redirected to another section of the document. Is this possible or am I thinking way to far out of the box on this one?
Jan 25 '07 #1
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acoder
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Yes, you can do all of those things with Javascript.
Jan 25 '07 #2

Tovah137
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Yes, you can do all of those things with Javascript.
Okay then .... how would you do it?
Jan 26 '07 #3

acoder
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What code do you have so far? You'll have to describe the problem and post your code? If you're completely new with Javascript, read this tutorial.
Jan 27 '07 #4

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Hey Tovah, Adobe has put together some documentation on this. Basically you can write scripts in a form using one of two languages: JavaScript (traditional) or FormCalc (more like excel). If you're familiar with JavaScript, stick to that! :)

Specifically, you can check out the following:
Best of luck,
-John
Sep 17 '10 #5

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