Where is the Interactive object button in Acrobat DC?

New Here ,
Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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Hi there,

 

can´t find this option in A.Acrobat DC, it used to be under "tools" I need this function....is it not there any more??

 

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Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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Do you mean the Field button tool or the Object Select tool? Both are on the Rich Media toolbar.  

Use the Tool Search box to search for the words "Button" or "Object". The search box is at the top of the right side tool panel.

 

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Hi Thom,

thanks, but  that is not what I meant, I found object only, not interactive object. I need to create an interactive pdf.

I have it in spanish but the translation is "interactive object" I see it in the old version of Acrobat but not in the new one (DC).

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The view you are showing is the "Edit PDF" tool set. Interactivity usually means Form Fields, and form fields are added in the "Prepare Form" tool set. I believe that is the "Formularios" tool set. But it looks to me like you are really asking about Rich Media. I don't know the name in Spanish, but here's a screenshotTEmp.png

 

 

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