Then you can export to PDF, and use Acrobat to convert the placeholders into form fields.
The Acrobat team provides an article on Designing forms for auto field detection in Adobe Acrobat.
Hey Everyone, I have a text Field in my scene named current Score.
Every time the player shoots an enemy, I update this field to show the new score. When I start the game: current = "Score: " score; and the text field shows "Score: 0"; When an enemy is killed: current = "Score: " score; and the text field shows "Score: "; I have also tried: current = "Score: " String(); and current = "Score: " String(score); with no success Score will automatically be converted into a string. I think you'd need to post your code for me to help you fully. I come from the Flex Builder side of Flash/ AS3 you see.
If the file is opened in Adobe Acrobat, the user can view the file but must enter the specified Permissions password in order to change the file’s Security and Permissions settings.
Choose Automatic to let In Design determine the best quality for color and grayscale images.Michael Murphy provides a video tutorial about creating forms at Acrobat Friendly Form Design.Bob Bringhurst provides an article about designing forms at Creating PDF Forms in In Design.Creating a dynamic PDF document is a good way to create an interactive slideshow.You can create interactive documents with buttons, movies and sound clips, hyperlinks, bookmarks, and page transitions.