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1:How do you create buttons for multiple pages that all go to the same page view when clicked
A1: First go to the page view that you want to be displayed when the buttons are clicked, and create a button field with a Go to View action set for the current page. Then duplicate the button field (choose Tools > Forms > Fields > Duplicate) and specify the pages onto which you want to copy the button. If you wish, delete the original button.
2:When selected, what does the Hidden option on the Appearance tab of the Field Properties dialog box do
A2: The Hidden option on the Appearance tab of the Field properties dialog box makes the field invisible until another action shows it.
3:What actions can you assign to a button
A3: You can assign the following actions to a button: Execute Menu Item, Go To View, Import Form Data, Movie, Open File, Read Article, Reset Form, Show/Hide Field, Sound, Submit Form, World Wide Web link, and None.
4:To what other types of elements can you assign actions
A4: Besides buttons, you can assign actions to links, bookmarks, page actions, and other types of form fields.
5:What happens to the display of a movie when you use the Floating Window option in the Movie Properties dialog box
A5: The movie plays inside a floating window that appears in front of the document temporarily rather than on the document page.
6:Is there a way to display the menu bar, command bar, or tool bar if they are hidden from view? (Hint: Keyboard shortcuts are listed for each in the Window menu.)
A6: Yes. To show the menu bar, press F7. To show the command bar, press F8. To show the tool bar, press F9.


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