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Getting the flow right

donn44157260
Level 5
Level 5

Good Day All;

I have been asked to design a questionnaire that contains 10 sections with approx. 50 questions that the user will select a radio button for “Yes, No, or N/A”.

I have completed the layout of the form (thanks for the help Srini) and it will span 3 pages. That’s not a problem.

I created 3 separate pages within LiveCycle Designer

Each page is flowed.

There is an expandable “comments section” at the bottom of each question. That may or may not be filled out.

If comments are added, the form expands (of course) and if the section(s) expand enough the will flow to a “second” page and may leave ¾ of a blank page. Could end up with a lot of wasted space. And of course drive the user crazy.

What I wanted to do was have the “whole form” shift so there would be no “blank” areas between pages.

In trying to figure this out I created a test form. I put all the questions (not all 50) on one page and flowed the one page.

Is this the correct way to do this.. It does make it difficult to make any corrections or additions to the form.

Thanks for all your help

Regards

Chomp

1 Accepted Solution
Srini_Dhulipall
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Level 10
Level 10

Here is a corrected file.. See if this helps.

https://acrobat.com/#d=U0Etq4nhusj*-sztQiV3ug

Thanks

Srini

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Srini_Dhulipall
Level 10
Level 10

For the row that holds the comments field, you need to check the check box "Allow Page Breaks with in Content" in the Row properties.

That should help.

Thanks

Srini

donn44157260
Level 5
Level 5

Thanks Srini;

I checked the boxes as per your instructions but got the same result.

I am thinking I my have the hierarchy all wrong.

I have uploaded the full document to https://acrobat.com/#d=ZSaGyOqSZ7YQABDi6wVCIQ

If you have a minute, could you take a look and let me know if it would be better to start over.

Thanks again Srini

Chomp

Srini_Dhulipall
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Level 10
Level 10

Here is a corrected file.. See if this helps.

https://acrobat.com/#d=U0Etq4nhusj*-sztQiV3ug

Thanks

Srini

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donn44157260
Level 5
Level 5

Thank you Srini;

Yep.. the hierarchy and how things need to flow. Thank you for the valuable lesson.

Regards

Chomp