I'm able to easily create a button that produces a new copy of a subform in a dynamic form by using:
Now I would like to not only make a copy of the subform, but duplicate the data the user has entered into it.
I've tried _mysubform.clone(1); but that' doesn't work. I am guessing I need to copy the data, add a new instance and then load the copy data into the new subform. Anyone have suggestions on how to do this?
FYI, the end user will have Reader 7.09. The user will have extended rights via Acrobat Pro 8.