Defaults (Form Properties dialog box)
this dialog box to specify a number of standard settings that Designer
will use for each form design. If necessary, you can override these
settings for an individual form design.
this dialog box, select File > Form Properties and click Defaults.
Choose Target Version
Specifies the default Acrobat and Adobe Reader target version
in which the form will be run. Designer validates the form design
as you work and displays a warning message on the Warnings tab in
the Report palette if a feature that you add fails the validation
for the selected Acrobat and Adobe Reader target version. You must
also ensure that you have the version of Acrobat installed that
matches the target version that you select; otherwise, you may get an
error or a warning message when you click the Preview PDF tab. The
target version you select is also displayed at the bottom of the
Save As dialog box when you save a form.
Specifies the default language and country, or region for
the form design, which defines the format and punctuation of date,
time, date/time, numeric, and currency values displayed in the form.
Locale options are organized first by language and then by country
or region. The form locale also defines the language used by the
spell-check feature. For forms that have print output for multiple
locales, select the Viewer's system locale option.
Specifies the default scripting language to use for the current
that the scripting language that is initially displayed matches
the scripting language option you select as the default for new
forms in the Workspace panel in the Options dialog box. To set the
scripting language for new forms, use the Default Language For New
Forms list in the Workspace panel in the Options dialog box. See
Workspace (Options dialog box)
Default Run At
Specifies the default location for running scripts on the template.
These options are available:
Indicates that scripts should be run on the client. This
option is the default.
Indicates that scripts should be run on the server. The results
are then returned to the browser.
Client And Server
Indicates that scripts can run on both the client and the server.