propagate the table rows to a new page and clone the header row

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30-09-2015

Hello:

At the risk of sounding demanding, I have another question that I am sure one of the form genii can answer no sweat

I would like to propagate the table rows to a new page and possibly clone the header row. Would something like (var i = 0; i < xfa.host.numPages; i++)?  I don't know the syntax and what to do to pick up the table header. I'd be happy to e-mail the form but cannot attach it here.

This is a screen cap. The idea is that clients can add as many rows as they want, adding pages as they go:

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Thanks, Lisa

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05-10-2015

Thank you!

The problem was that the subform I wrapped around the table was not already set to "flowed"...