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I created a document containing forms that repeat across several pages in Acrobat. When I test them, Adobe Reader lets me open the doc. and fill in the forms, but when I fill in a field and press Tab, the filed with that name and position on the subsequent pages autofills with the info I just typed. How to prevent this, so that pressing Tab allows each filled-in field to retain its unique info, and not autofill?
Scott Wills 354 days ago
When you have two or more fields with the same name, the information you entered will automatically be copied to all fields that share that name. If you don't want this, you ned to use unique names.
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Thanks, Karl-I'll try it.
Scott Wills Commented 354 days ago | Report
It worked! Thanks so much for your good advice.
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