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Material properties take either a color, an image, or a value. Change the color property of the selected material To change a non-color property, use the slider control to increase or decrease the value or directly type in a value. Change the non-color property of the selected material To use an image for a color property, drag the color image to the image swatch. Hover over the property title to learn more about how the mask affects the property. For example, with the metallic property, black areas become non-metallic and white areas become metallic. Using a black and white image to change the Metallic property of the selected material Control the position, rotation, and scale of the material.
If you are looking for information on form field basics, set action buttons in PDF forms or add PDF barcode form fields, click the appropriate link above. To explore the common questions on forms, see Forms FAQ. About form field properties How a form field behaves is determined by settings in the Properties dialog box for that individual field. You can set properties that apply formatting, determine how the form field information relates to other form fields, impose limitations on what the user can enter in the form field, trigger custom scripts, and so on.
You can set various properties for an Acrobat form field, depending on the form field type. The properties for each type of form field are selected on a series of tabs. When you change a property, it is applied as soon as you select another property or press Enter. All types of form fields have a General tab and an Actions tab. Other tabs appear only in specific types of form fields.
The Options tab appears for most form field types but the options available are unique to each type of form field. Two items are available on every tab. If you select one on any tab, a check mark will appear, and the option will be checked on all tabs.
These are: Locked When selected, prevents any further changes to any form field properties. Close Closes the form field Properties dialog box. If you are changing the properties of multiple fields, you can leave the Properties dialog box open. Click each field to change its properties. If you select Locked on any tab, it locks all options for the field, not just the options on that tab.
Modify form field properties You can access form field properties only when you are in editing mode. You can change the properties for multiple form fields at a time.
Open the Properties dialog box using one of the following methods: To edit a single form field, double-click it or right-click it and choose Properties. To edit multiple form fields, select the fields that you want to edit, right-click one of the selected fields, and choose Properties.
Change the properties on each of the available tabs, as needed. The property is changed as soon as you select another property or press Enter. Click Close. If you select form fields that have different property values, some options in the Properties dialog box are not available.
Otherwise, changes to the available options are applied to all selected form fields. To avoid accidental changes to the form field, select Locked in the lower-left corner of the Properties dialog box before you close it. To unlock, click the option again. General tab for form field properties The General tab appears for all types of form fields and includes the following options: Name Specifies the unique name of the selected form field. Tooltip Displays text that the hesitant user may find helpful in filling in the form field.
Tooltips appear when the pointer hovers briefly over the form field. Form Field Specifies whether the form field can be seen, either on screen or in print. The choices are: Orientation Rotates the form field by 0, 90, , or Degrees Read Only Prevents the user from changing the form field content. Required Forces the user to fill in the selected form field. If the user attempts to submit the form while a required field is blank, an error message appears and the empty required form field is highlighted.
Appearance tab for form field properties Appearance properties determine how the form field looks on the page. The Appearance tab appears for all types of form fields except barcodes, and includes the following options: Border Color Opens a color picker in which you can select a color swatch for the frame surrounding the field.
To leave the field without a frame, select No Color. Line Thickness Specifies the width of the frame surrounding the form field: Thin, Medium, or Thick. Fill Color Opens a color picker in which you can select a color swatch for the background behind the field. To leave the field uncolored, select No Color. Line Style Alters the appearance of the frame.
Font Size Sets the size of user-entered text or of the selection marker for radio buttons and check boxes. The choices include Auto, various preset values, and typing in a different value. If you select Auto for a text field, as the user types, the font size changes to fit the text in the box. Text Color Opens a color picker in which you can select a color swatch for the text or selection marker. Font Lists the fonts available on your computer.
This option is not available for form fields that do not display text. When that preference is selected, the Appearance tab includes options for changing the digit style and text direction for text fields, drop-down list boxes, and list boxes.
Position tab for form field properties The Position tab lets you position or size the currently selected field or fields. You can move fields to the location you specify on the page.
Use the Height and Width options to change only the size of fields. Options tab for form field properties The options available on this tab change according to the type of form field selected. The Options tab appears for all form field types except digital signatures.
Barcode The Options tab for barcode field properties contains the following: If your organization processes forms by multiple methods, select the method that accommodates the lowest quality barcode images. For example, if forms will be returned by fax and mail, choose Fax Server as the decode condition to ensure high read rates on all forms.
Data is compressed with the Flat compression method. Compressed data usually requires less storage space in the barcode, allowing more data to be stored. In general, select this option if you will use the Acrobat barcode forms decoder to interpret the returned data.
Do not select this option if you will use a handheld barcode scanner, because most of these cannot decode compressed data. Decode Condition The preset decode conditions represent recommended starting points that you can adjust by clicking the Custom button.
Custom Opens a dialog box in which you can select custom processing parameters that are best for your specific scanning and faxing hardware.
The available options vary according to barcode types. For example, for a data cell that is twice as high as it is wide, enter 2. Available only for PDF barcodes. If you are planning to decode the barcode using a handheld laser scanner, avoid creating barcodes wider than 4 inches Taller and narrower barcodes generally work better with handheld scanners. Barcode height and width will not be an issue if you are using an Adobe barcode decoder available separately.
Error Correction Level Corresponds to the level of data redundancy that is added to the barcode to correct any potential decoding errors. Higher levels provide more redundancy and a more robust barcode that will generate more successful decode results. However, higher levels will also result in a larger barcode and a reduced ability to encode user-supplied or form structure data into the barcode. A more robust barcode can reduce problems created by pen marks, poor print quality, degradation caused by fax transmission, or folds in the document.
Manage Barcode Parameters Enables you to save your custom barcode selections in a file. You can then export the file and make it available to other form authors in your organization. Check boxes Check Box Style Specifies the shape of the marker that appears inside the check box when the user selects it: This property does not alter the shape of the check box itself.
The size of the marker inside the check box is determined by the size of the font you specify in the Appearance tab. Export Value Specifies a value to represent the item if the data will be exported.
If left blank, the entry for Name in the General tab is used as the export value. Drop-down and list box For either dropdown boxes or list boxes, you use the Options tab to create a list of items from which the user selects.
Although most of the properties on this tab are common to both these types of form fields, a few are exclusive to one type or the other. Item Accepts the text that you type for options that you want to appear in the menu for the field. Add Moves the current entry in Item to the Item List. Export Value Where you type in a value to represent the item if the data will be exported.
Item List Displays the choices that will be available in the list. The highlighted item in the Item List box appears as the default selected item in the dropdown box or list box field. To change the default item, highlight another item from the list. Up and Down buttons Change the order in which the items are listed in the drop-down list.
These buttons are not available if Sort Items is selected. Delete Removes the selected item from the list. Sort Items Arranges the listed items numerically and alphabetically. A numerical sort if applicable is performed before an alphabetical sort.