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‎10-12-2019
cmelton1979
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Re: Multipage Form and Page Breaks
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cmelton1979

cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
Niall, Thank you so much. Option 2 resolved my issue. I knew it was something small that I was overlooking. I forgot all about that Pagination Tab - by setting the content areas to "Following Previous" I was able to produce the desired result.Thank you!Cathy

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Multipage Form and Page Breaks
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
I have a set up a 3 page form with both positioned and flowed subforms. I have successfully set up the form so that when the "filler-outer" reaches the end of a page, the text fields can expand to fit and allow multiple lines, and thus break to the next page. The situation I'm experiencing is that when the content on pg 1 breaks onto the next page, the all the original form fields on pg 2 flow to pg 3 (pg 3 subsequently becomes pg 4). This wouldn't bother me, except if only 1-2 fields from pg 1 ...

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Re: automatically populating fields
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
Eureka! Thanks, Paul, you're always a great help.Much better than the ridiculous way I was trying to do it! Leave it to me to overcomplicate it.Thanks again.

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Re: automatically populating fields
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
I'm trying to do (essentially) the same thing.I have a multipage form where, on the first page, the employee enters his name. I need the name to populate the name fields on the following pages.I know that when you exit the first empName field, it causes the other fields to populate, I just can't recall the script for it.Any help?

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Re: LiveCycle 8: Insert ing Radio Button causes software lockup
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- Adobe LiveCycle
This happens to me all the time! My resolution: save early and save often - and yell obscenities at my monitor. I've wasted so much time having to re-do form pages b/c of this wrapping radio button crash behavior.maybe someday this can be fixed...

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Re: Problems Expanding Dynamic Table Columns to Next Page
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
tjlav - According to Paul (and he can jump in if I explain this incorrectly), LiveCycle does not do page breaks off the side of the page. He recommended making the landscaped table repeat.On the add button, check the current count of the table instances and of the column instances. If there is more than one table, check the number of columns in the last table. If there is room to add another, add another to that table. If there isnt enough room, add another table with one column.Make sense?As fa...

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Re: Problems Expanding Dynamic Table Columns to Next Page
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
cmelton@micros.comYou might get picked up in the spam filter; I'll access it periodically to check for your response.Thanks.

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Re: Problems Expanding Dynamic Table Columns to Next Page
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
Yup, got my form set up that way. Still no workie. I have almost everything that can possible be set to "allow page breaks" set to "allow page breaks". And my page subform is set to flowed.I have no problem adding as many rows using my little add row button and add instance script. It's just as I add columns from left to right, when I reach the end of the page and need to move to the next page, it just keeps going off my page 😞

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Problems Expanding Dynamic Table Columns to Next Page
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cmelton1979
- Adobe LiveCycle
I have a dynamic table with about 25 rows. Recpients will be entering information into the columns. Using add instance, I have been able to make my columns repeat. However, when I get to the end of the page, rather than having my columns flow onto the next page, my columns continue adding themselves, even though there's no more page. I'm left with columns hanging off the page to infinity.[yes - I'm aware of how hideous this table looks but that's how upper management wants it so that's how upper...

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