my client has a Adobe form which has a two columns layout - there are two sections left and right and each of them can take any amount of space independently - it means that one section can be longer then the other one.
This layout is implemented as table with two columns, and others sections are placed in rows of that table as subforms.
Everything works fine when only one section has too many data and requires page break - in that case both section are moved smoothly to next page.
Issue appears if both of those sections have too many data and then page breaking goes wild, data is being spread on few pages.
Maybe someone experienced such problem before and have a solution for it ?
Any ideas are welcomed .
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I tried two content area approach but I have still issues with achieving expected results, below you will find requested layout:
When I used both areas in form with following pagination options for LEFT subform - PLACE: in content area 'LEFT' and OVERFLOW go to content area 'LEFT' and analogously for RIGHT subform, I encountered following issue:
when the left column overflows, the right column is paginated to the next page, leaving the right column on the original (page 2) page empty, whether or not the right column overflows. Or, if only the right column overflows, it overflows to the left column on the next page, even when the overflow pagination on this content area is specified to overflow to the left content area.
Without overflow settings, if LEFT CA requires pagination then its pending content is being moved to the RIGHT CA, and after that the RIGHT column is being continued I also tried the AFTER option but it didn't bring expected results.