I have an acrobat form set up with one field that is set to allow for 6 characters (numbers) to be entered. There are scenarios where someone could enter 6 zero's in the field. Unfortunately, if I tab to the next field the six 0's change to one 0. If I go back and select the field, it displays six 0's. Is there a script I need to include so that all of the 0's alway display? This field isn't a calculation so I don't need decimals or anything.
Simply put, if someone enters 000000 I need it to display like that in the field. Letters cannot be inserted in this field, only numbers.
Numbers are usually displayed as at least a whole number and then the decimal. Look at the numeric format option. If you want leading zeros, then you need to set the field to a form of "None" and possibly add a custom format script to add the leading zeros.
Thanks for your reply. Would you happen to know where I could find such a custom script? I figured that's the part I'm missing.