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How can I set the tab order by row in Adobe LiveCycle?  Acrobat X has this feature but I do not see how to set/order my tabs by row in LiveCycle.  Will I have to set the tab order manually?

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Jon
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Thank you for the links.  I can set the tabs to auto or I can manually move the tabs around in LC but can I set them automatically by row?

I can't find that feature in LC (its in Acrobat X) so I thought I would check here before I give up.

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Jon
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That feature is still in Acrobat, not in LC.

Open the form in Acrobat, go to the page thumbnail, select properties and there you have the tab order: row, column, document structure or unspecified.

FWIW, the same feature is in Foxit Reader, so I think it's reader-dependent, not determined by LC.

HTH,
Dan
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