Add new column to the Table in Adobe forms

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08-11-2020

Hello,

 

How to add new columns to the Table in Adobe forms. Please help.

I decreased the size of one column to fit another column in that. But could not add.

 

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Is this in Adaptive Forms?

if so select the table and you should start seeing a toolbar with option to add or remove columns

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10-11-2020

@srinit86581866 Is it a PDF or adaptive form?

 

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Hello Mayank,

 

It's an Adobe designer form not a pdf. 

I converted the table to subform and then added the new column to the table.

Then converted it back to Table.

I see the new issue now. The column widths are adjusting as per the values during runtime. I want it to be fixed. Please help.

 

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10-11-2020

I don`t think you need to "convert" table to subforms to table to add a column. Example: a simple table with space on the right side to grow. Inserting a column can be done by selecting a column and right-click Insert-Columns to the right/left (or use little + signs)

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or

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A basic table does not grow in a column. You need to check if in the column fields the Layout - Expand to fit for the Width is turned on. That might come when you convert forth and back?!?

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If your table reaches the end of the page width you might not be able to add another column due to space restriction.

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You have to create space on the right border - reduce field width from right to left until enough space is available

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