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Re: How Do I: Auto-populate other areas of form from text field? - Adobe LiveCycle 17-11-2009
Going back to this question. This works fine but there is one section on my form that if I name them all the same, then I cannot select indivual check boxes because they will now all check. If the user answers N/a this works great as they all check off.If the user selects Yes. and fills out a couple fields. he needs to be able to n/a some of the other fields.I guess global is not the answer for this particular problem?

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 16-11-2009
Its all working great now. I have applied it to the other sections as well and all is good so far. The only query I have is, is there something causing the borders to disappear when you deselect the checkbox? If i check it and then uncheck it, the fields have some or no border sides...I know in the panels they have the "sunken" default box.Any thoughts.Your efforts so far have been so helpful

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-11-2009
Hi Paul.Im sending you back the form through your gmail address.I also tried making the grey out switch on section 5.2, first part labeled Hardware. I put the script under the checkbox and entered the lines for the two text fields. But sadly its not working for me. I guess its a "me" error, but not sure where I went wrong.

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-11-2009
I open as a regular pdf and then check the NA box. The fields grey out but dont lock down. I should not be able to type and change text in those fields correct? As I can right now.Sorry

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-11-2009
Yes its the Pauls2. It does grey out, but i can add and delete text. I have Adobe LC v8.

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-11-2009
Hi Paul.Thanks for sending the form with the fields only greyed. That is just what I needed. I did notice there is a tag for access = read-only however you can still enter info into the fields. Was this meant to happen? It would be good to have them read-only if possible. From a compliance persepective these fields still have to be visible but it saves confusion this way.I really appreciate your effort with me on this.Stephanie.

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 06-11-2009
Hi Paul.Thank you again for sending the form. I hope you dont mind if I just ask if you could tell me how to narrow it down to just the fields rather than the whole section being grey. If its a messy process for a newbie like me then do feel free to say so.all answers are appreciated,

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 03-11-2009
OK, sent to the gmail address.

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 03-11-2009
Can i send the attachment as private message?

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Re: How do I: grey out text areas if they are selected as not required? - Adobe LiveCycle 03-11-2009
Thank you Paul. I have given the form for you to take a look at. You will see there are many sections. If you look at section 7.2, there is an N/a box that the user could select. All the subsections all the way down to 7.2.4 could be greyed out and the comments n/a box could be automatically checked. Another example is section named Attachement 1. If the user selected No, then all the n/a boxes could be auto checked.Many, many thanks.Stephanie.

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