I have an interactive form I am designing in Adobe LiveCycle. When I preview the PDF the tab order does not execute correctly. I go back to design mode and click on "tab order" to specify the correct order. It will show the correct tab order in design mode but in preview mode there is a different (and very illogical) order. Is there some setting somewhere I am missing?
After scouring the Adobe forums for several hours, I was able to find a solution. The incorect tab order seems to be a recognized problem with version 8.0, and upgrading to 8.2 was recommended as an option.
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