Hi rbane1668,The print button is a standard control from the object
library, If your textbox has scrollbars, you can add the following code
in the prePrint event of the textbox; this.minH = this.h;this.h = 0; And
in the postPrint event set it back;this.h = this.minH;this.minH =
You can use FormCalc rather than Java if you are not familiar with Java.
To make things hidden or visible depending on what happens in a dropdown
menu you will need to do:- For the dropdown you will need to assign
values to the possible choices in the Object>Binding tab by checking the
box next to "Specify Item Values". Now each choice will have a number
value and you can use that to determine what happens when each choice is
made.- In the Exit event of the dropdown you put the following code (i...
That worked by just starting a new form I could get the subform function
to work. The orginal form I was working on was static and I guess saving
it as dynamic XML does not change it. Or at least it seems to not have.
Good news I was not that far into it. Easy rebuild on the form that is
not accepting the subform commands.Just wish I knew what I had done to
create the issue and how to correct it if I do it again. Dang ghost in
the machine.Thanks for your assistance.