Thank you so much!
Adobe does not make an application called Adobe Pro, but it sounds like you are creating fields in Adobe Acrobat. I’ll move this from the “Get Started” forum for you.
sorry for being a noob, thank you!
No worries, that’s what we’re here for!
An Action won't work as a reset button on a form.
So, there are a couple of different approaches to doing this. The easiest is to present the user with a menu of fields to be reset. This allows the user to select a single field to be reset.
If you want the user to select a group of fields it gets more complicated because you need a user interface for selecting the fields. If this form is to be used by other users, then the suggestion of using an Action won't work. The code for the reset has to be on the form.
One approach is to use a multiselect list field on the form itself. This list field could be initially invisible, when the user presses the reset button it becomes visible, as well as a done button. This is tricky because you want the user's focus on the relevant fields. So maybe the reset of the form could be covered with translucent gray rectangles.
Here are some articles on using lists:
As complicated as this approach sounds, the next solution is somewhat simpler, but requires more advanced scripting. Which is to use a popup custom dialog for the selection. You'll find info on custom dialogs here.