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Revert a signable form to an Acrobat Form

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I seem to be missing quite  few field types.  Based on Q&A in the forum, I must have made teh mistake of selecting a signable form upon my initial start.  However I cannot find the navigation described in the Q&A to go to More tools in tight pane and select the Revert to Acrobat Form tool.

I am limited to the following tool list

Although I inserted a date field, it does NOT offer a date picker tool, which I wanted to use.

I also have several fields which need to be limited to numeric only, and do NOT have a number type field to select.

Can someone offer some guidance.  I am running Acrobat Pro DC on a windows 7 OS.

Thanks for any assistance you might offer.

JR

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Correct answer by Thom Parker | Adobe Community Professional

Look on the dropdown menu in the fields panel on the right side of Acrobat. The top entry is "Revert to Acrobat Form"

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Revert a signable form to an Acrobat Form

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I seem to be missing quite  few field types.  Based on Q&A in the forum, I must have made teh mistake of selecting a signable form upon my initial start.  However I cannot find the navigation described in the Q&A to go to More tools in tight pane and select the Revert to Acrobat Form tool.

I am limited to the following tool list

Although I inserted a date field, it does NOT offer a date picker tool, which I wanted to use.

I also have several fields which need to be limited to numeric only, and do NOT have a number type field to select.

Can someone offer some guidance.  I am running Acrobat Pro DC on a windows 7 OS.

Thanks for any assistance you might offer.

JR

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Correct answer by Thom Parker | Adobe Community Professional

Look on the dropdown menu in the fields panel on the right side of Acrobat. The top entry is "Revert to Acrobat Form"

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Look on the dropdown menu in the fields panel on the right side of Acrobat. The top entry is "Revert to Acrobat Form"

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I’m not seeing what I understand you to be suggesting,

 

Here is right side of my screen:

 

 

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Here is what I am seeing on right side:

Then when I open the wrench+, i get

NOTE: this is Acrobat Pro DC

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You're screen shot shows Acrobat to be in "PDF Edit" mode. You need to put it into "Prepare Form" mode.

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Here is the full screen shot in Prepare form mode-- does not seem to make a difference.

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Look at the panel on the right side. See the word "More". Click on it.

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I cannot see any button to to revert back !

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What can you see at "More" ?

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I've done the same, but I dont see the option for Revert to Acrobat Form and I am in Prepare Form (says it in the upper ledt of my screen). In the search tools bar I type rev and it still isnt available.

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The "More" option your looking for is the one in the upper left of the image not the lower right.

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You must click on the dropdown "More".

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Hi there

 

++ In continuation to the correct suggestion by Thom_Parker

 

1. Once you open the PDF > Go to Tools > Prepare Form > Click on the drop down arrow in front of 'More' as shown in screenshot below:

 

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2. Click on the option 'Revert to Acrobat Form'

 

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For more information, you may look at the similar discussion https://answers.acrobatusers.com/Calculate-Tab-Acrobat-DC-showing-q273028.aspx

 

Regards

Amal

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