Thank you for letting me to explain further. I would like my form to
allow the user to duplicate entries that were entered in specified
columns when they add a new row with a click of a button. Example: Row
1, Column B has a date entered. When the user clicks the button to add
an additional row (Row 2), I want the same date in Row 1, Column B to be
in Row 2, Column B. That way they will not have to enter the information
manually over and over again. Also, on a separate question, is there a
Good day, Please help me to resolve this. I cannot locate a script for
what I would like to do. I have a table that has a button to add a row
and a button to remove a row. I would like to add a button to add a row
and keep whatever information that was entered in some of the columns.
Is there a script I can add to the button to accomplish this? I cannot
use the global function of the columns because sometimes the user will
need to add different information in the columns when a blank row is
Good day,I have a form whereas information needs to be pulled from a
report and entered into the form. The information pulled is in a table
format with headers such as "form #, item #, date, description, value".
My form is set up that way as well with buttons to add and delete rows.
The user will need to copy and paste the required information into each
row in order for it be uniform. The problem I'm noticing now is that
it's not user friendly when there are a lot of items to enter. I thought
Good day,I only want to reset the values in all instances of that table
except for the numbering I have in the header. Where would
xfa.host.resetData(CARDS.somExpression); go in the script? Also, I
noticed that this only happens with the first Table. Not with any
additional tables. Example: If I create another table and fill it in and
then click the button to erase the entries in the current table, it
erases all entries in that table except for the numbering (which is what
I want) but it also er...
Good day, I have a form which has the initial appearance as (1) table.
The header of my initial "table" is numbered "1". I have buttons where
you can add and subtract additional tables. The additional tables are
numbered 2, 3, 4, etc. when you click the add button and are numbered
correctly when you subtract a table. I also have a reset button which
removes all tables except for the initial table. The problem is that
when it resets, the number "1" of the initial "table" disappears. Then
when I c...
Yes. This is what I want. Only one thing. I would like whatever is
entered in the comments section to be removed when I click the yes
button again. it doesn't do that. It's disabled but the comments