Have to learn forms--where do I start?

Discuss the HTML4 features and Web layout provided in QuarkXPress 8 and 9 (and before).

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Ira
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Have to learn forms--where do I start?

Post by Ira » 08 Jul 2013, 16:36

Oy vey. I have to become an expert in this by the end of the week. I understand that my host (Yahoo) has something to do with this, but first things first.
I have the Q manual in front of me, so let me read and take this step by step.

I want my mommy.

Ira
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Joined: 14 Jun 2004, 09:19

Have to learn forms--where do I start?

Post by Ira » 08 Jul 2013, 17:00

Well, I just went to the Yahoo support pages, and I'm already totally confused.

I guess I should first learn how to build and design the forms--and then figure out how to make it work with Yahoo.

Ira
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Joined: 14 Jun 2004, 09:19

Have to learn forms--where do I start?

Post by Ira » 08 Jul 2013, 18:09

Change of plans:

Q documentation for this doesn't impress me. I'm going to use Acrobat Pro or LiveCycle Designer for all my forms.

Seems a lot easier, because they have all of the For Dummies (that's me) tutorials that I'll need to get these forms done by end of week.

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