Creating Forms for Optimal Performance
factors affect performance when rendering and using forms, including
the type of form. Non-interactive forms can be rendered more quickly
than interactive forms.
Other factors that affect performance include the fonts used
in the form and the number, type, and complexity of objects. For
forms that are bound to data sources, the structure of the data
also affects performance.
Designer provides many options for designing forms. Often, you
can produce the same results on a form by using different design
options. When making design choices, you should consider the effects
on performance of each option.