I am using multiple subforms within a single page, to try and get a questionnaire that progresses from one question to the next with only the current question visible.
I'm using positioned subforms within a single flowed form, and then making fields "visible" or "hidden" according to which question I am currently on.
The problem I have is that the lengths of the questions can vary greatly, and I want the height of the page to change with the height of the question, to remove as much of the "white space" as possible.
Continuing on, I have a similar problem. I have built a 'twisty' mechanism - works great - shows a subject line, when user clicks on the twisty it shows more content. Nice.
The problem is when expanding a twisty needs to cross a page boundary. Basically the content shows up on the next page - i.e., the user doesn't see the content unless they scroll down to the next page.
(This is where I and potentially the original poster wondered about dynamically and temporarily mucking with page sizes.)
Oh yes, I'd like to print this document nicely as well...