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‎10-12-2019
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Re: Convert Multiple XML Forms to PDF dayvidp - Adobe LiveCycle
The forms have already been filled in with data.
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Convert Multiple XML Forms to PDF dayvidp - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi,I've got several hundred Adobe Livecycle Forms in XML format that I want to convert to flat PDF files in order to combine groups of them with additional flat-file PDFs as a continuously-reading (not portfolio) PDF. I've seen that printing XML forms to PDF will allow them to be combined, but that requires opening each file individually to print to PDF. Is there a way to convert an entire folder full of XML files into flat PDFs?-Dayvid
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Re: Dynamic Default Value for Date/Time Field dayvidp - Adobe LiveCycle
I tried moving it to the initialize event, but the dropdown calendar still started in 2019, even though the date displayed in the field was 9 Jan 14. If I manually enter 01/09/14 in the field, then the dropdown calendar begins with 9 Jan 2014.
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Re: Dynamic Default Value for Date/Time Field dayvidp - Adobe LiveCycle
That helps a lot! Strangely, though, even after the new dynamic default value appears upon entering the field, the initial date in the calendar dropdown where the user can select a date is still in 2019. Any suggestions for how to change that to match what's in the field?
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Dynamic Default Value for Date/Time Field dayvidp - Adobe LiveCycle
I am creating a form for applicants to a selective program. To be competitive for selection, applicants need to have worked in our industry for 3-7 years after graduating with their bachelor's degrees. I want the user-entered graduation date field (Date/Time field type) to default to a value that is roughly 5 years (1825 days) before the date in which they are entering the data, and I want the user to see an empty field until they select it to enter their graduation date. Initially, I created a ...
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