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How to Set Caption and Value Margins (indents) for Dropdown List? - Adobe LiveCycle 07-03-2013
I have searched the archives, but can't find a specific answer. Would somebody please show me how to set the indent for captions and values under Paragraph palette of a dropdown list? Thank you.

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Re: Email Submit Button - Adobe LiveCycle 01-05-2012
Thanks, Ida and Jono.Ida - the '.com' email address was a dummy. I was grasping for straws since '.net' didn't work.Nothing happens when I click Button1. Button8 works fine in another form, but not on the Test.pdf I posted. The correct protocol is 'mailto":' but nothing happens for me with those buttons. Buttons with 'mail:' respond with an initial dialog to select an email client, but don't open my email client. This is just an extension of my terrible week with Acrobat Pro Extended 9.5.1.First...

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Email Submit Button - Adobe LiveCycle 01-05-2012
Could somebody please take a quick look at email submit Button1 to see what I am missing? Thanks.https://acrobat.com/#d=9ymAzEv7-DaLoTlMR58Ffg

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Re: Correct way to structure subforms - Adobe LiveCycle 30-04-2012
Good question.Jono's first statement was the most accurate - "I don't know if there is a correct way or not, it really depends on what you are building."What's the best way to structure functions, classes, and other data structures?My approach is to never compromise on a form's layout, but to be optimization-conscious throughout: Never adding a text-field for a separate caption when a field's integrated caption would do - one element instead of two - less overhead. Never using a complex element ...

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Re: PDF File Upgrade Problem. - Adobe LiveCycle 30-04-2012
Good to see you here, Radzmar. I noticed you when I visited the Acrobat forms forum and felt you were bored because you were not challenged. This forum is much, much more engaging and you are naturally thriving (three red boxes). Thank you for helping here.

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Re: Return a value based on dropdown list - Adobe LiveCycle 29-04-2012
http://forms.stefcameron.com/2009/02/25/expandable-table-with-totals/

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Urgent Help with Dropdown List, Please. - Adobe LiveCycle 29-04-2012
Hi,a) When a user selects an item, its price is supposed to show in the Price column. The script looks fine, but I am overlooking something and need a second pair of eyes to catch a simple oversight. Could somebody please take a look?b) The Sales Tax and Total fields display '0' at startup. How do I have the '0' not display at startup?Please see form at the link below. Thank you.https://acrobat.com/#d=9ymAzEv7-DaLoTlMR58Ffg

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Re: Credit Card Number - Adobe LiveCycle 11-03-2011
GO THERE to upgrade them if need be. That's called going the extra mile for your clients. I feel strongly about this because old versions of Reader hold back a designer big time. The designer is not free to employ the new and better features of new versions of LiveCycle Designer because some users can't or won't upgrade. Anyway, it's your call.You could also consider -- http://help.adobe.com/en_US/formscentral/using/index.html It is less than a month old and still a work in progress.

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Re: Encrypt Credit Card Details - Adobe LiveCycle 10-03-2011
(1)Do a search on  'passwords'  in your Acrobat.

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Re: Credit Card Number - Adobe LiveCycle 10-03-2011
The first thing we request is that our clients upgrade to the latest version of Reader at - http://get.adobe.com/reader/If they can't comply, then we have no deal: they can take their job to another designer. This frees us to design happily with the latest features of LiveCycle Designer without worrying about some user on old versions of Reader that can't interpret some new features.

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