My client is looking for a solution where, say on a page of a form, they can click on a button to "add a cover letter" to the form that would then become a first page. I had done this before (via a simple show/hide subform) but I'm seeing now that the version I created essentially was a static/non-expanding page that I had added to a flowable form (no subforms on that specific pages hierarchy).
Going back and forth from that other form that I did a while ago, I haven't been able to replicate that functionality on this new form for some reason. I have master pages working on this new version for the flowable content and when the button to hide the cover letter is clicked, it looks like the subform for the cover letter is only hidden, not the entire page. What am I missing? If you have a form that uses master pages, how would you effectively hide a page along with it's master page?
There's also the assumption that my client will probably request that the new cover letter allow for expandable text fields. Is this possible? I'm not sure why this recent form isn't working like the last one did. What could I be missing?
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