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Re: Looking for help with repeating table rows and subform
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Ok, that code worked great for the read only. Thank you!So for that first problem...I should further say that it would need to be able to not only add a row to the repeating subform after the repeat subform is invoked, but also delete a row and update any changes made in the objectives column.So if user clicks to add another row, it would do so in both places and the repeat subform would then update with the text that is typed into the newly created objective cell on the original table. Same for...

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Ok, that worked pefectly! Now I just see two remaining issues that I hadn't thought of before. Is there a way to make the instances of the repeated table subform update in accordance with any changes that are made to the original table after the new instance has already been invoked? For example if the user adds clicks "Add More Courses" first, before entering all objectives, the repeated table that was created will not reflect what is typed into the objectives on the original table. It would be...

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Ok, I got the spaces fixed and now it works (hidden presence code). The only potential problems I see are that once the user presses the "Add More Courses" button, there is no going back. So if they forgot to enter all their objectives, or probably more likely, if they are entering all their courses as the first step and then realize they don't have enough room to enter all the courses they would press the "Add More Courses" button and then it would take away their button to "Add Another Program...

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It is definitely possible, or even if they don't have more than 12 objectives, the text of each objective may expand enough to force onto a separate page.

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Ok, added that code. But I still get the following problem, which may be what you were referring to at the end of your previous post. The objectives in the first table don't carry over to the table created by clicking "Add More Courses". My thought is that the user would type all their objectives in the first table, then they need to "Add More Courses" only because they didn't have enough vertical room to enter them across in "HeaderRow3". So, I would want all the objectives that they entered in...

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Thanks! I was wondering about that. I set "header3" to have global binding so that if the user adds enough rows or their text expands the rows enough that the table continues on the next page it would repeat those same headers they entered at the top of the next page. However, I can see how that would cause a conflict with repeating the subform. I can eliminate the global binding if both can't be done as it is much more important to me that the other things carry over correctly than to have thos...

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I’m hoping someone might be able to help me figure out how to accomplish some things with a repeating table subform in a form I’m building. I’ve attached the file here. https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=2nUNZuTf2T4tsdSykMTlXwI have a table (AssessChart1Table) it set up on pg 7 (Analysis) and have built in buttons(AddRowAssesChart1 and DeleteRowAssesChart1) so the user can add or delete additional rows of data as needed. The problem is that the user also enters data going across in the header row...

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