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Adobe Acrobat Forms Creation & JavaScript

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My situation is this:

I have a form with a text box field which is required for the user to enter his/her name. I would like the required text box to display the name in all caps. I also need the user's name to appear in a read-only text box later in the form, which I would like to have the first letter of the user's first, middle initial, and last names to be capitalized. I would also like to have all required fields on the form highlighted in yellow, but the highlighting not printed. Lastly, I would like the printing to not occur if some or all of the required fields are not completed and for the non-completed fields to be highlighted in red until printing.

What I am mostly struggling with is getting the text from the required text box to the read-only text box (with or without modification of capitalization). This seems like it should be simple.

Anyway, any help in pointing me in the right direction or submission of code which could accomplish my desires would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

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