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How to allow Drop Down listbox to accept null values/no value - Adobe LiveCycle 20-10-2009
How do you get a drop down list box to accept null as its value, without "Allowing Custom Text Entry" ?In other words I want my list box to have values of:AppleOrangePearPeachNull

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Re: Create a second form from my current form at run-time. - Adobe LiveCycle 12-10-2009
Thanks for helping this noob Paul. Its working.I think I have all I need. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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Re: Create a second form from my current form at run-time. - Adobe LiveCycle 09-10-2009
HI Paul I can how app.openDoc will help me. When I went to try it, it just didnt work. What I mean is I cant seem to get the openDoc method to work.Here is my script on a button click event: form1.PageTest.Button1::click - (JavaScript, client) app.alert("Please Open"); var myDoc = app.openDoc("C:\Users\Chan.Chac\Desktop\FormsWork\Schedule1 form apps\test_PrintIMM5406_2.pdf");This doesnt open at all, what am I doing wrong?

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Re: Create a second form from my current form at run-time. - Adobe LiveCycle 08-10-2009
Um thanks, but I'm not trying to open a second PDF. I want to generate a new pdf from a current pdf. And the solution would have to work with Reader aswell.The new pdf can be a subform of the first pdf, but it has to be opened and saved in a new instance of Acrobat/Reader. This is a very hard task, can anyone help?

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Create a second form from my current form at run-time. - Adobe LiveCycle 08-10-2009
Hello,I have a pdf form that I'm viewing in Acrobat. When I click a button on that form I want to generate a completely different pdf form in another instance of Acrobat. Thus, having two instances of Acrobat open at the same time looking at two completely different forms.How can this be done? is this even possible?any ideas would be appreciated.

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