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Chapter 10. Making a Form Interactive > Working in the Fields Pane

Working in the Fields Pane

Let’s take a short break from form field building and look at how Acrobat can display your fields. Choose View > Navigation Tabs > Fields to open the Fields pane. You can drag to dock it in the Navigation pane or leave it floating in the program window.

All the fields added to your form are listed in the pane (Figure 10.16). You see the type of form field and its name. Look at the set of fields used for the bread radio buttons. Each is named “bread,” and Acrobat has appended # and a number following the field’s name, although on the document and in the properties, the fields don’t have a unique name. The numbers correspond to the radio buttons’ export values. For example, the listing for bread#0 has the export value of “Rye,” bread#3 has the export value of “Pita,” and so on.


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