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21-11-2017

Hello all,

I have a form that works great except for one issue. I have a table that can grow dynamically with a button that adds rows. This is for a permit which can have up to 30 to 40 vehicles. I need to have the table grow to the next page. It works great on page two but if the table pushes forward to page 3 the table disappears. I have tried changing the pagination options for the subform but I don't think I am choosing the right combination. I have included a link to the form, any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.https://app.box.com/s/06feoxe2h8fnjqyfgg1pqru152gpawvv

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You have 3 things to change:

  1. Make the subform "OrigSubForm" flowable top to bottom.
  2. Allow page breaks for the "Table1" which is nested in "OrigSubForm".
  3. Set "HeaderRow" of "Table1" to keep with next an appear on the first an subsequent pages.

You'll get a table the behaves this way:

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