Acrobat JavaScript Scripting Guide

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Welcome to the Adobe Acrobat JavaScript Scripting Guide . This scripting guide is designed to give you an overview of how you can use the Acobe Acrobat 6 Pro JavaScript development environment to develop and enhance Acrobat applications. The JavaScript language was developed by Netscape Communications so you could more easily create interactive Web pages. Adobe has enhanced JavaScript so you can easily integrate this level of interactivity into your PDF forms. The most common uses for Java- Script in Acrobat forms are formatting data, calculating data, validating data, and assigning an action. While there are plug-in, document, and field level JavaScripts, we are concerned only with document level and field level scripts here. ● For information on plug-in level scripts, see “Working with JavaScript actions” on page 60. ● Document level scripts are executed with the document open and apply only to this document. ● Field level scripts are associated with a specific form field or fields. This type of script is executed when an event occurs, such as a Mouse Up action. Audience The intended audience of this guide includes you if you are an Acrobat solution provider or power user of Acrobat. You are interested in developing solutions that leverage Adobe products. You are resourceful and accustomed to learning new technologies quickly, and with minimal hand holding, if you have access to the necessary knowledge resources. This guide is one of those resources. Purpose and Scope The objectives of this guide include: ● Introducing you to the Adobe Acrobat JavaScript functionality that supports developing and deploying Acrobat solutions. ● Providing you with easily understood, detailed information about Acrobat JavaScript scripting features and use. ● Providing you with references to other resources where you can learn more about Acrobat JavaScript and related technologies.

Acrobat JavaScript Scripting Guide

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