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side by side expanding subforms

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I know that in order for a subform to have dynamic elements it in, it needs to be flowed, and the form itself needs to be flowed. So, is there a way to put two flowing subforms side by side? I want to have two columns in my form, but I want each column to be flowed and dynamic.

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After you add the page ...make your Page subform flowed and set the "Place" parameter in the Pagination section of the object palette to the Content Area that you want. I modified the sample ....I also renameed the Content Areas to make it easier to identify them.

Paul

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Yes ...on your master page you will need to have two Content Areas defined. Now you can define it so that when the 1st content area is full it will beigin filling the secoond content area.

Paul

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Thanks, Paul. I really appreciate how speedy you are with your assistance!

OK, so I set up the content areas on my master page, but now I can't access the design view. It's only letting me create elements on the Master page. I'm sure I am missing a simple step here. I attached my form.

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Actually, what is happening is that when I add a new page, it's only letting me access one content area on that page(the bottom left one).

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After you add the page ...make your Page subform flowed and set the "Place" parameter in the Pagination section of the object palette to the Content Area that you want. I modified the sample ....I also renameed the Content Areas to make it easier to identify them.

Paul