Hey Ed, I changed the script a little. I think a switch statement
handles that functionality nicely. But thats my personal preference. The
selectedIndex property is 0-based. This means the first item in the list
has a selectedIndex of 0; the second item in the select list has a
selectedIndex of 1, a...
One way to do this is to use a regex to validate the input. You can put
the following code into the exit event of the field. Make sure the
xfa.host.messageBox("Only letters may be entered into this fie...
You can do it but its quite a job and in a way it will be like designing
the form twice. First, you will add and layout all your fields in
Designer. Then once you are happy with the layout, you need to PRINT the
form to PDF (Note: this is Print and not Save As). It will then be a
flat page with no f...
The 1st example in Bruce's post works perfectly. I think that is exactly
what you are looking for. Just put the following code into the 'exit'
event of your field and set the Language drop-down to
you exit the field the first le...
If the original PDF was designed with Designer, then you will have no
problems editing and rearranging fields. If it is a 'Flat' PDF then you
wont be able to just open it and start moving the fields and text
around. It will be like working with an image. You will still be able to
add fields and cove...
I work with fragments all the time and use Designer 8.1. This seems to
be some sort of bug with the program. This problem happens from time to
time for no apparent reason. All you have to do is click on the
selectable parts in the hierarchy of the main xdp and delete them. Do
not delete the actual f...