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I want a button to act as an incremental counter, updating a text field with a number each time the button is clicked
Julian Pike 681 days ago
Hi Expert. Cool beans, that was quick. I'll give that a run out. Thanks greatly.
One last point, would this code work in Adobe Reader once I've enabled "Extend Features in Adobe Reader" in Acrobat Pro?
Julian Pike Commented 680 days ago | Report
It will work in Reader even if you don't enable "Extended Features". But with the release of Adobe Reader XI, that 's actually moot point.
Thom Parker Commented 680 days ago | Report
Brilliant stuff. I've tried it and it all works. Many. many thanks.
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