You should localize your forms to suit the locale (country and language) in which they will be used. Every locale uses different symbols to express common concepts, such as currencies, decimal and grouping separators, and mathematical symbols. Furthermore, most locales express dates and times in different ways as well. To ensure that your form displays this information correctly, you need to localize your forms.
To localize your form, you need to configure it to:
- Set the locale
- Select an appropriate font
- Set an appropriate page size
- Correctly format XFDL items
- Create localized signatures
Exceptions to this practice
There are no exceptions to this practice.