I have received to much help from everyone and I really appreciate it.
Now I have something that has got me scratching my head for a week now
and I don't understand. Back to my form, I have some textboxes with
learner's info and a drop-down list of how old they are. If they are
young learners (16-18...
Thanks so much for this. It tried and it worked and it's so much
simpler. However, my initial idea was to add months and when I couldn't
get it to work, I decided to use days instead. But actually 548 days
isn't the same as 18 months. I learned the hard way and I managed to
figure out how to add mon...
I have a drop-down list with 8 different programs that the company is
delivering and 2 date/ time fields called StartDate and EndDate.
Depending on what is selected from the drop-down list, the EndDate is
calculated accordingly. I have the scripts here but it doesn't seem to
work. Can you help me po...
I have a drop-down list with 8 programmes that the company is providing,
two date/time fields called StartDate and EndDate. I have the following
scripts but it doesn't work. Can you take a look and point out where I
got wrong please? Many thanks form1.#subform.StartDate::exit -
I actually found out the answer myself, 18 months = 548 days, 13 months
= 396 days, 15 months = 457 days. I tried it many times and the numbers
are correct so I simpled it down to the following code: var date =
Yes. I want to create a Dynamic pdf. I didn't realize the syntax is
different from the Adobe Pro one. I have been researching a couple of
days now but lots of questions are about adding days in and what I am
looking for is for the EndDate to show the date before 18 months from
the start date, i.e St...
I have already a lot of different pdf forms used to register learners as
they start their apprenticeship with my company. Different programs mean
different length. This is more a personal habit to try to see if I can
make it. I managed to make a commercial registration field with buttons
to add and ...