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Re: Reading Order Changed
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I'm having trouble. I'm not able to reply to the forum even after logging in.

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Vijay:I don't know what a XDP is. I created the form in LC and the tabbing order is just as I want it. I opened it as a PDF and the tab order is different.If you can explain, I'd appreciate it!Janet

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I'm using LiveCycle Designer ES to create a form. I made sure to set the reading order the way I wanted, but when I open the form in Acrobat Pro 9, the reading order is all off. Can anyone explain why or how to fix?

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I think I found the problem. I renamed Subform (Page) 1 to "sf1" to make this work! Thank you for your help!

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It seems like it should be so simple, but I'm obviously missing a step, and this is the first time I've worked with LiveCycle or FormCalc. The error is that form1sf.Numdays.rawValue is unknown.Could it have something to do with the way the numeric (target) field is set up? I had tried placing the calculation there, but now I'm placing it in the second date field, as you suggested. What value should be assigned to the numeric field?Also, could I be having trouble because of the date fields Valida...

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Sorry to keep reposting this. For some reason, when I click "Reply" to your earlier messages, nothing happens. I tried the formula, but keep getting an error on the line with form1.sf1.NumericField2, etc.Should NumericField2 be the name of my numeric field? How do I set up that field to receive the data?

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I received the following reply to my previous question, but need help applying it.Use the following FormCalc script:var numDays;numDays = Date2Num("21/5/2012", "DD/M/YYYY") - Date2Num("19/5/2012", "DD/M/YYYY");How do I apply in this situation? I have a date field named "RehireDate" and a date field "SepDate." I have a numeric field in which I want to subtract the RehireDate from the SepDate to get a specific number of days. Do I substitute the dates in quotes above with my field names? Also, how...

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Can anyone give me a simple FormCalc script in which an end date is subtracted from a start date and the result is expressed in number of days? I'm using LiveCycle Designer ES (not ES2). Thank you!

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