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How do I add an action to a button?

New Here ,
Jan 24, 2017 Jan 24, 2017

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I am using the demo Acrobat Pro DC until start our subscription later this week. When I add a button to a form I don't have the tab area to add actions, the only tabs available are the General, Appearance, Position, Options tabs. How do I add  that tab or add an action to a button that tab.

FYI- I am trying to make a Clear Form button.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 24, 2017 Jan 24, 2017
Click on Tools - Prepare Form and then click on "More" at the right side of the window and then on "Revert to Acrobat Form".

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Click on Tools - Prepare Form and then click on "More" at the right side of the window and then on "Revert to Acrobat Form".

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Thanks. I'll mark this as correct but wanted to add to the explanation. Once I Reverted to Acrobat Form, I then opened the button properties and the Actions tab was present. From that point I could add actions to the button as I used to in Acrobat 9.

Thanks for the quick response to my post.

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