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Re: Inline expansion text fields?
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What you're looking for is called "floating field" and quite easy to to in Designer. Adobe LiveCycle ES4 * To insert a floating field

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While working with LiveCycle forms, we received one from a customer that had an odd behavior. When looking at it through Acrobat reader, we got the data we expected. When attempting to use some other tools to extract data, we got a whole other set of data for the forms.Our customer(s) use the form as a template, pastes the latest data into the form, and then uses Save As to create a final copy to send to us. Using some Linux tools we found that the form was actually maintaining at least three di...

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Hi All,I am interested in this topic, as now it seems we are approaching the need to archive the submitted forms (send them to OpenText), and it does not make sense to archive them as XFA Forms for the following reasons:1. They are very large in size. This is becuase they are dynamic, and by design, the size will increase with every submit, and also due to having multiple signatures where the entire copy of the PDF will be saved inside each signature.2. The PDF Form Data can be exported, and PDF...

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