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Chapter EIGHT. Working with Acrobat Forms > TIP 69: Handling Field Contents

TIP 69: Handling Field Contents

Storing Forms Data

There is no specific place on your hard drive to store FDF and other data files. If you fill out forms on a regular basis, decide on a location and use it consistently. That way, you can keep track of the files you have stored, and will be able to find them easily when you need them. I store data files in the main Acrobat 7 folder in the Program Files folder.


When you design a form, be sure to consider how your users interact with the form. Ask yourself what you can do to make their work simpler and more efficient. In addition to adding a Submit button, you can add two other common actions attached to buttons that can make working with your form easier:


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