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Re: Depending on the drop down answer, another question will appear - Adobe LiveCycle 04-07-2009
Hi,You are right to make the first question a drop down, because if it was a textfield and a user put in US, then the script would fail.In the dropdown have the binding set to specify value. Note down the value for the "United States", let's say 4.Then an exit event would look something like:if (this.rawValue == 4){ stateQuestion.presence = "visible";}else{ stateQuestion.presence = "hidden";}In the form set the initial/default presence of the stateQuestion to invisible or hidden (Object/Field).G...

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Re: Need to add a save button on document - Adobe LiveCycle 22-07-2008
You should also need to check the JS reference for possible restrictions and methods to allow restricted actions.

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Re: Linking Drop Downs to Pricing
- Adobe LiveCycle 25-04-2008
Kim,I assume you have your binding set up for both drop down fields (ddQuantity and ddItemNumber). I would solve this with the following. First set up three hidden text fields (HiddenQuantity, HiddenItemNumber, and HiddenItemPrice). On the change event for the ddQuantity drop down field put the following javascript code:HiddenQuantity.rawValue = xfa.event.newText;For the Item price it is a little trickier because you need to have your javascript set up to associate an item number with a price. Y...

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Shipping charges dependant upon subtotal - Adobe LiveCycle 02-04-2008
Hi, I am creating an order form where I have a subtotal and then the shipping charges are dependant upon the subtotal. How do I script this so that, say for instance, my subtotal is 43.00 and the shipping charges for orders between 0 and $49.99 are $10.00. Also, how do I add surcharge ($15.00) if only 1 item is placed and if a residential address is used (checkbox) ($3.00). I have everything else completed but this. Can someone help me please? URGENT

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Re: Editing a fillable form for PDF
- Adobe LiveCycle 16-04-2007
In the adobe application folder check out the "Purchase Order" sample. Just run a search for it.

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