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Hi,
I have a pdf form that has an invoice number I would like to make the
number in the text field add (1) each time the document open and save
it, so that the next time the document is opened it will display a
consecutive number. Example: 9078, 9079, 9080, 9081...etc.

I appreciate your help.

Feb 7 '07 #1
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moussa854 wrote:
Hi,
I have a pdf form that has an invoice number I would like to make the
number in the text field add (1) each time the document open and save
it, so that the next time the document is opened it will display a
consecutive number. Example: 9078, 9079, 9080, 9081...etc.

I appreciate your help.
This is more a java and php question. Javascript has no access to the
file system either local or remote and thus no way to save any changes
it could make. The structures for dealing with a binary file are also
quite limited (IE mostly non-existent). You might want to redirect
your query to the php and java forums.

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Feb 7 '07 #2

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