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Re: Date and Time Stamp Question
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Thank you! Now if I wanted to add the time as well, where would that go???TIA

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I have a payroll form that has a section for a submitted on date that is protected. I need the form to default to the current date/time when the user opens it (and ultimately emails it to our Administrative folks) but when our Administrative folks open it up the date needs to still show the date the user submitted it.I have tried several different methods in order to make this happen, to no avail. Anyone have any solutions?!?!??! TIA

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I have a fillable form and created a button that users can click on to send to a name that is entered in a text field named Manager. In the script editor I have the following:Subject.#subform[0].EmailManager::click - (JavaScript, client)//Create a variable to hold the document objectvar oDoc = event.target;oDoc.mailDoc({bUI: true,cTo: Manager.formattedvalue, cSubject: Location.formattedvalue + Department.formattedvalue + Subj.rawValue});(FYI..Location and department are dropdown boxes and subj. ...

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Calculate Hours as a part of a growing table
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I have a form to document payroll exceptions. If the user has more than one date for being absent they will click a button to add more dates. As the table grows I'd like a box at the top of the form to calculate how many hours they are reporting. Any suggestions/thoughts would be helpful. TIA!

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