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Re: Is it possible to have a PDF Form that is both static and dynamic?
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If I'm understanding your problem statement correctly, all you need to do is set the first page as positioned, and the second page (and all it's sub forms) to flowed.

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In the exit event of the legal_name field in the "name" subform, use the following script:if (xfa.resolveNode("form1.page1.address[" +this.parent.index +"]").personName.rawValue != "") { xfa.resolveNode("form1.page1.combine[" +this.parent.index +"]").legal_name.rawValue = this.rawValue + " " + xfa.resolveNode("form1.page1.address[" +this.parent.index +"]").personName.rawValue;} else { xfa.resolveNode("form1.page1.combine[" +this.parent.index +"]").legal_name.rawValue = this.rawValue;}In the exit...

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You need to use the "resolveNode" function in order to reference the objects correctly.In the script executed by the button, place the following:var selectedRow = TABLE_1.resolveNode("Page1.OPTIONS_A").rawValue;var selectedColumn = TABLE_1.resolveNode("Page1.OPTIONS_B").rawValue;txtTableValue.rawValue = TABLE_1.resolveNode(selectedRow + "." + selectedColumn).rawValue;The only other thing you need to do, it to set the value in your radio button binding to A_1, A_2, etc for each of the radio butto...

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You need to reference the instance specifically in order for the script to work on repeating instances.I'm not sure about the exact layout of your form, subforms and elements, but this script works if "All_A" is the repeating subform (just change the parent.instanceIndex reference to whichever element is the repeating one)var dropDown = "form1.Page1.ALL.Item_Sub.All_A["+parent.parent.parent.instanceIndex+"].details.detail.CC"; var strNewtext = xfa.resolveNode(dropDown).rawValue;if (strNewtext.le...

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