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Re: Create Email - Adobe LiveCycle 13-11-2008
I too would be *very* interested in having this same capability. Thanks!Vince

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Re: Boilerplate text in body of email - Adobe LiveCycle 11-11-2008
No responses yet; any idea? 🙂

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Re: How To Continue Tab Order onto Next Pages? - Adobe LiveCycle 17-10-2008
I was finally able to get this to work by (in my instance), placing a "Page 1 of 2" text element on the first page and ensuring that it was the last tab on page one. I then saved the form after completing all tabs on the first page.I then created the tab order for page two in the normal process and added a "Page 2 of 2" text element at the bottom of page two, again, ensuring that it is the last tab item on the page. I saved the form.I then swapped (by dragging the fields) the "Page 1 of 2" and "...

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Boilerplate text in body of email - Adobe LiveCycle 16-10-2008
I have created a form useing a standard button to submit a form in pdf format to the local email client using the following javascript:var Comment = UserName.rawValue; if (UserName.rawValue == null){ Comment = " "} else {Comment = UserName.rawValue}; event.target.submitForm({cURL:"mailto:?subject=Internet Access Request Form &body="+Comment+,"",cSubmitAs:"PDF",cCharset:"utf-8"});This code works fine and places the name of the user (UserName) in the body of the email so that the recipient of the ...

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Re: How To Continue Tab Order onto Next Pages? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-09-2008
This did not work for me as I could not clearly understand what was being said in this post. Can anyone provide clear instructions on how to tab from one page to another, and page to the original page (for a two page form)?I have a two page form and need to have the user tab from page one to page two, complete the fields and then tab back to page one.Any assistance would be appreciated.Thanks!Vince

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Re: How do I prevent people from saving a form - Adobe LiveCycle 08-08-2008
I have created a form using LiveCycle Designer 8.0 and require that the user not be able to save a form (though we would allow a Save As) but have the ability to email the form, with all fields completed, as a pdf file (using the a regular button with a mailto: command).I have the form and button working. When I use Acrobat 8 to Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader the end user has the ability to Save the form. Since the form will reside on a server accessable to all employees we cannot permit th...

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Choose File > Form Data > Create Spreasheet From Data Files - Adobe LiveCycle 13-12-2007
I am following the tutorial for LC 8 and when I get to the topic titled "Collecting the data in a spreadsheet" it says to "Choose File > Form Data > Create Spreadsheet From Data Files". However, when I try to follow that path I do not see a "Form Data > Create Spreadsheet From Data Files" menu option.What am I not doing properly? How do I accomplish this task?Thanks!

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