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Chapter 10. Making a Form Interactive > Making the Form Easy to Use

Making the Form Easy to Use

Finally, the last part of the job is here. And to think, this is a simple form! At the bottom right of the sample form is a set of four graphic objects that we’ll place buttons over (Figure 10.63). Buttons in Acrobat can be very complex and use different button states, or appearances, based on the mouse action. In this case, since the form already includes graphics for each element, we’ll simply use buttons without any borders or fills and the default button state. You can read more about button states in Chapter 4.

Figure 10.63. Place invisible buttons over the document’s graphics for the customer’s use.



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