Never mind, solved in record time...sometimes reading the help works
CheckBox1.execEvent("change");this did the trick, it didn't check the
box too, but the code in the change event executed which is what i
variables with a sum, it will concatenate rather than add. Formcalc
treats it as a calculation.Eg:if ddl1 is 2 and ddl2 is 3.var calc = ddl1
+ ddl2 //in formcalc the variable will be 5 (2+3)var calc = ddl1 + ddl2;
be 23 (2 concatenated to 3 = 23)Oddly, if you were to multiply in
In what way is it not looking right? Does the whole table not move to
the next page?If you make sure this is turned off, the whole repeated
object will move to the next page.Also, I dont think you can repeat a
table, but can repeat a table wrapped in a subform (subform repeats) and
a table row.
I found that if I go into form properties>PDF Security and set up as
shown in the screen shot below the user can fill, sign, save and print
in Reader DC and Acrobat DC but it can not opened in Livecycle to edit
or steal my work without my password. It is my understanding though that
there is third party software out there that can get around it. I wish
Adobe would come up with a security system that is harder to hack.
Hi,Further to all this work, I am now being asked if it is possible on
one of the forms that if a certain text field is populated (MRN) that it
would 'disable' the 'required' option on other text fields. Is this
something that I can do on the form itself that wouldn't mess up all the
other code I (Bruce) has inserted to make only the visible form have
their fields required?