I have been fighting with my form for over an hour, and I am probably too tired and not seeing the solution because it is after midnight in my time zone.
I am recreating in Adobe LiveCycle Designer 8 what was originally designed in an Excel workbook nearly two decades ago. I did not import the workbook into LiveCycle, since I wanted to avoid all of the macros that are working behind the scenes. (I know how to write VBA, but it is not my workbook.)
I have been learning LiveCycle as I have been going, and I am getting better it with each passing hour and day. I managed to create buttons that add and remove rows in tables on two different pages. The current table that I am working on is for a competition judge to enter their scores. Everything is ready, but when I preview the form, the table displays two body rows, instead of the single one that I created. (The buttons that I mentioned earlier, add and remove rows with similar settings in their respective tables that are selected for the one that I am experiencing problems with.)
What I have discovered so far, is that when I set the footer row to 'Include Footer Row in Final Page', I get the duplicate row. When I clear that setting, I see only one row displayed. There is over 1.5" of space below the footer row on the master page, so space should not be an issue.
I have turned on and off different settings within the table in a vain attempt to get it to display properly. Like I said earlier, I am probably too tired to troubleshoot properly at this stage.
Any ideas, suggestions, or insights will be appreciated.