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Lesson 10. Creating Forms > Review answers

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A1: Form fields are elements that you can add to your forms, such as text fields, radio buttons, or list boxes. Viewers can interact with form fields by entering information, clicking items, or selecting items.
A2: Dragging the Form icon from the Forms set of the Objects palette creates the container for a form and allows the form to display and function properly in a browser.
A3: A form created using a layout grid can vary according to a visitor's browser and screen resolution.
A4: To add a clickable image to a form, you can do one of the following:
  • Drag a Form Input Image icon from the Forms set of the Objects palette to the form, and use the pick whip button in the Form Input Image Inspector to connect the placeholder to an image file.

  • Drag a Form Input Image icon from the Forms set of the Objects palette to the form, and use the Browse button in the Form Input Image Inspector to browse for an image file.

  • Drag an image file directly to the Form Input Image placeholder in the form.

You should also make sure that the Is Form option is selected in the More tab of the Form Input Image Inspector.

A5: In the Form List Box Inspector, click the Create New Item button to create a new item. Then enter a label and value for the item.
A6: To create a tabbing chain, select any form field in your form, and click the Start/Stop Indexing button in the Inspector. Click the yellow squares for the form fields (not the labels) in the order in which you want viewers to be able to select the form fields using the Tab key. Click the Start/Stop Indexing button in the Inspector to turn off the tabbing chain.


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