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Reset an Acrobat Form

Radio Buttons in PDF Forms are kind of a pain sometimes. Once you click on it, it becomes selected and you can’t deselect it. This can be a problem for both the user and the form creator (during testing). A good easy fix is to attach add a button to reset the form. This is good practice in general anyhow.

  1. In Acrobat Pro go to Form > Add or Edit Fields…
  2. Create a form field. Button, Check box, or Radio Button will probably work best.
  3. Under Properties, in the Actions tab, choose “Reset a form” from the Add an Action portion.
  4. Once you add it to the actions, edit it to customize.
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  1. Christopher
    2014/08/10 at 11:09 pm

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