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Chapter SIXTEEN. Working with Multimedia > TIP 130: Making Your Document Respon...

TIP 130: Making Your Document Responsive

Actions can be applied to individual elements of a document, or to the entire document. You can use actions applied to your document for a variety of purposes—for example, to display instructions or thank visitors for completing a form.

Alert!

The example used in this tip is a script for an application alert, which is a type of dialog that gives you information when you perform an action in a program; alerts pop up on your screen all the time. The script loads the information dialog—in this case, the thank-you message.



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