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Nevermind, I found my problem. I forgot to factor in that some of the boxes are on another page and was manually typing the formula.

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I am aware of that. I need to figure out how I add that value into another field. The aggregation is the part I am having trouble with, since I need to know how I put the check boxes in the formula so the values are added together.

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I am making an evaluation form for my company and I want each check box to have a numerical value. If these boxes are checked, then the value of that box is then aggregated into a field at the end of the form to use for evaluating the employee for raises/promotions/etc. Does anyone know of how to do this?

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Thank you very much!

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I want to have a field that will calculate out the years and months a person has been employed at my business. I know the calculations for getting the years is:if (HasValue(dob)) then var currDate_ = Date2Num(currDate.formattedValue, "MM/DD/YYYY") var dob_ = Date2Num(dob.formattedValue, "MM/DD/YYYY") var diff = currDate_ - dob_ $.rawValue = Floor(diff / 365.25)else $.rawValue = nullendifI want to find it put out so it says 5 years 3 months if that is possible, or something close to that.

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Ok, so I have a form that I distribute to other users to use on a shared drive on the company network. The problem is that when they go to click the "save" icon, the "save as" box appears for them to save the file. The problem with this is that users don't have the rights to overwrite a file on this drive, only to add files, not delete them, which is what "save as" has them do. Is there a way to make the form so when they click the save button in Adobe Reader, it just saves the file like it does...

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Nevermind, I figured it out. On the master page, I just have to move the content area lower than my header

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I have a form where I need to add fields that flow to other pages. My problem is I have a header that needs to appear on each page (page count, another "Add" button) and the fields I add cover the header on the subsequent pages. I have the subform set up now so it won't cover the header, but it creates dead space on the form on the first page.How do I make the added fields not cover the header? Hopefully I typed this out well enough so you can understand my problem...

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I have a form that I use at my business that has the Lock All Fields button. A problem has come up involving the end users of the form.The form needs to be locked at the end of the day, however when they lock the form, it comes up with the "Save As" box instead of just saving the form. The problem comes from the fact that the server they are saving it to does not allow the end user to delete, overwrite or remove files from it, for security reasons. They can save as normal on the server, but not ...

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That fixed it!!!  Thanks!!

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I have created a form that allows for the user to enter in information on a customer and add fields as they are needed for the day. I also added on a "Lock All Fields" button so that at the end of the day, no changes can be made to the form. My problem is that when they click the button and save, the fields are locked, but when you re-open the form, the fields are all unlocked and editable again. It saves all the data entered, it just doesn't permanently lock the form. Does anyone know of a way ...

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That looks like what I want, but when I put your script into the field, it comes up with a syntax errorEDIT: Nevermind the error, figured that out. Sadly this is what I need, but since it needs to be a Dynamic Form, I guess I can't use it.

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Hello,I am creating a form that has a field that aggregates amounts from a table. What I want to do is make it so the total aggregate will become highlighted once it reaches a certain dollar amount or higher (example: if the total dollar amount of the purchases reaches $300.00 or more, then it will become highlighted).I need this so people can easily look at this form and if the amount is highlighted, they will know they have to fill out another form for this amount.I hope that makes sense...

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You should find it in Adobe Acrobat. In the pre Acrobat X it will be on the toolbar under "Advanced" and in Acrobat X it is in the "Save As" commmands I believe. I only have Acrobat 9, so I can't be sure.Nial might know of another way, but I only know of using Acrobat since all I have is it and LiveCycle Designer

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Thanks, I was hoping that wasn't the case. I guess I'll have to go back to a Static PDF

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You need to go into the Advanced settings and Extend Features in Adobe Reader. This allows for you to edit and save the form in Adobe Reader. Note: anytime you make changes to the form in LiveCycle Designer, you will need to re-save with the extended features from Acrobat

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I have created a form with an expandable table because the need for extra spots are needed at times. On my old form, I was able to stamp images and comments onto the form, however, with the new form, I am not able to do this. The error message I revieve is:"This form is interactive and has special features. To save a copy of it that you can treat as any other PDF file, choose File>Print and then choose the Adobe PDF printer. This creates a PDF file that does not have special features, so you can...

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