I'm having multiple problems with my form- I'd like to attach/upload it but I haven't been able to figure out how.
1) I have a set of repeating fields (add instance of subform comprised of two fields) that repeat left to right across the page just fine, but when they reach the right margin they don't wrap to the next line, they just run right out of the subform and off of the page. How do I corral them to stay inside the lines?
2) In another area of the form, I have a repeating row/table. At the bottom of each column, in the footer, I need to have the sum/total of the columns above it. I have made it work in just one column with Formcalc:
$ = Sum(Row1[*].Summary_AmtBilled)
but in subsequent columns the formula's not working. I have set the object>value type to calculated/read only for all of them.
3) Lastly, how do you set the tab order for a repeating row so that the user can just tab along the rows as they add? In my add instance repeating row, the next row adds on exit but the tab skips it and goes to the footer.
I don't understand your first problem, I have had something similar with repeating groups going down the page when the containing subform doesn't allow page breaks, but I haven't had a problem going left top right, Seems strange that you can get one total working and not another.Tabbing can also be a bit of a problem.
But I think you will have to post your form somewhere and add a link to this thread. There are lots of places to host a file, a lot of people use Acrobat.com (just remmeber to publish/share it)
Your flow problem is because the parent subform of the repeating row (the object DOSDateRange) has auto fit width set, if you clear this (in the layout palette) and set the width the amount left in the content area "6.993in" in your case, the dates flow across and down the