BusinessDBAname.presence = "hidden";
If someone had any definite answers on this I'd really appreciate it.
as long you created a new form in Designer and did not import a existing PDF you can propably show or hide almost every object in your form.
The red sign you see indicates that Designer cannot created a SOM expression to the object the cursor hovers over.
But this can have a couple of reasons.
For example the object may be located on a master page but you're currently referencing from a body page.
It would be helpful to see your form for a more specific answer.
Just upload it somewhere and post a link here, so we can look over it.
Thanks for your help. I uploaded the file:
Please tell me what you think. I didn't create the form, I've just been maintaining it after the person who made it left.
sorry to say that, but this is a really bad form design.
There are a couple of things you can make it better.
1. Give unnamed subforms a suitable naming
2. Use subforms to organise your form
3. Don't embed fonts at all when you only use the default fonts Arial or Myriad Pro
4. Don't select the checkbox to embed images (they will get embedded always but this method requires more space)
5. Set option to prevent script changes in the form to automatically, otherwise the changes wont be saved
Ok, I suggest you to create a set of subforms to represent your Section 1 - 9.
In each subform you then add a subform for business and sole proprietor.
Into those subforms you then put the desired fields, images etc.
This allows you much shorter scriptings because you only have to change the presence of the surrounding subforms to show/hide an entire set of objects.
You form design finally should look something like this.
Hope this helps.
Right, I understand that the form might not be optimized in the best way. As I mentioned I'm the one maintaining it, not the creator. Thanks for your input, I'll keep it in mind as I move forward.