use a dropdown to populate text in another field in a WEB form

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Sep 15, 2022 Sep 15, 2022

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I have created a form where I have a drop down (e.g. list of options where different rules apply to each) and depending on the option picked, different text would populate in another field (e.g. to identify which rules need to be applied). I used a custom validation script ( if/else script ) in the dropdown to achieve this. I am now wanting to do this same action but in a web form. Is this possible/ how should I go about achieving this? Any help appreciated 

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Does you mean a HTML form?

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I think so. When on adobe tools screen, under 'Forms & Signatures' theres an option to 'Create a Web Form' where you you create a form that can be shared with a URL.

I was wanting to use this type of form, but wanted my dropdown options to still populate text in other text boxes but I'm not sure how to do this or if this is easily done?

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