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Re: Diagrams with LCD ES3 - Adobe LiveCycle 03-09-2016
Are you talking about bar charts? There is a XFA only solution example available here:DIY Column Chart

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Re: LiCycle Designer ES4 - printing error - Adobe LiveCycle 27-08-2016
You might be better off submitting this question to the Acrobat forums. The size of XDP/PDF you are producing is very large, which may be causing Acrobat to act in erratic ways.

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Re: Data collection options - Adobe LiveCycle 23-08-2016
If you are looking for a turnkey solution, then the products you mention will work. However, if you are willing to build some components yourself, you can accomplish most of what you want without cost. Without reader extensions you cannot save a filled PDF, however, you can submit your XML to a server. That same XML can be used to be imported into a PDF, using a "turncoat" XDP.

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Re: Can I change ordering of pages in script? - Adobe LiveCycle 22-08-2016
I'm afraid the show / hide approach may be your only other option. LiveCycle is template based, not page based. This is a key feature of the tool as it allows content to dynamically flow over multiple pages according to the content requirements.

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Re: Can I change ordering of pages in script? - Adobe LiveCycle 21-08-2016
Assuming that you only want the report to be printed, you can employ the solution in the blog below:Multiple Top Level Subforms Essentially you will be authoring two "forms", one for interactive (Acrobat) use, and another or printing.

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Re: Auto Populate 1 Form from Another - Adobe LiveCycle 17-08-2016
I am not familiar enough with AcroForms to give you a similar approach, but LiveCycle is XML based. You can easily export XML from one form to feed another. This can be done seamlessly if the forms fields have the same name, otherwise you will need to add a mapping layer (XSLT).

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Re: How to get LiveCycle Designer 4? - Adobe LiveCycle 17-08-2016
Just download AEM Forms Designer. The license keys are compatible.https://wwwimages2.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/livecycle/tools/aemforms_designer_6_1_0_wwe_win.zip

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Re: Live Cycle es4 designer - Adobe LiveCycle 17-08-2016
You should change the field from a text field to a numeric field. This can be done from the object palette.

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Re: Need help regarding deciding which product to buy - Adobe LiveCycle 23-07-2016
Q1) LiveCycle uses an XML based technology to build forms (called XFA), while Acroforms is an extension of the core PDF standard. XFA has more features than Acroforms at this time. For your purposes, either will work.Q2) I believe the Import / Export restriction applies equally to Acroforms and XFA forms. Using Acrobat lifts these restrictions.Q3) ES4 is the last version of LiveCycle. The new product is called AEM. You can download a trial using these instructions:LiveCycle Blog: AEM Forms Desig...

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Re: How do I download Quick Fix 1101.002? - Adobe LiveCycle 23-07-2016
See this thread. Quick Fix 1101.002 LiveCycle Designer ES4

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