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Adobe LiveCycle Designer: Create drop-down list of PDF forms with data in Excel

You can create versatile PDF forms using Adobe LiveCycle Designer. If your forms contain drop-down lists, you can either type all the values, or bring a large chunk of values from MS Excel or plain text formats. Watch the video to see how.

This is especially helpful for large dataset, where it is practically impossible to type them. Although this video uses Designer 10 as part of Adobe LiveCycle ES3, this works in some other versions of Designer too.

For more information see the following links:
A complete list of Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES3 documentation.

More information about the Drop-down lists in Designer Help.

Check out the Designer FAQ for more Q&A.

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One thought on “Adobe LiveCycle Designer: Create drop-down list of PDF forms with data in Excel

  1. Great Article! I mostly use PDFfiller to fill, edit or create fillable PDFs. Its not the same thing, but maybe someone needs it. It also allows you to erase in a pdf, esign, efax, add logos and pics to pdfs. Its pretty easy to use and its pretty cheap. I think you can get a free week if you and a friend both register. Here is a link to the site’s functionality http://goo.gl/UCwdbt.

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