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Re: How to Make a Text Field Grow (no scrollbar) - Adobe LiveCycle 06-02-2010
We are in business! Thank you to everyone who was kind enough to lend me the time to resolve my dilemma. I'm not too sure what to do about the fact that the field does not expand until the user tabs out of the field, but the fields expand and that is what they asked me to get done.I am going to distribute this form to a number of people around the world, and I am going the PDF route to help ensure that everyone can view and edit the form regardless of the software they have on their machine. Sin...

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Re: How to Make a Text Field Grow (no scrollbar) - Adobe LiveCycle 04-02-2010
Thank you so much for the assistance. As soon as I get back to my workstation I will give it a shot. When I agreed to build the form, my only concern was the need for the text fields to grow with the content. So, when I opened the blank form in Designer I created a subform and a text field with what I thought were the appropriate settings and gave it a test run. Since the form only had the single text field, I don't think I ever tabbed out of the field I was trying to get to expand. I guess what...

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Re: How to Make a Text Field Grow (no scrollbar) - Adobe LiveCycle 04-02-2010
I'm sorry, but that procedure did not work. I still get a scrollbar and a little plus sign.I created the text field (allow multiple lines, expand to fit), wrapped it in a subform (flowed, expand height, allow page breaks), then tried setting parent subform to both positioned and flowed. That didn't work so I changed the subform containing the text field to positioned with the parent subform to flowed - no luck. I toggled the form properties to both static and dynamic with these settings, no joy....

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How to Make a Text Field Grow (no scrollbar) - Adobe LiveCycle 04-02-2010
First of all, thank you for your time - I'm on a deadline to produce and I'm freakin' out that this may not be possible.All I am trying to do is build a simple form that has about (7) text fields. Each one of these text fields could contain anywhere from one sentence to six paragraphs of narrative. All I want the text field's box to do is grow along with the content and break to another page if needed. I've been able to create a Text field that allows the lengthy data to be entered (multiple lin...

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Re: Problem creating multiple forms - Adobe LiveCycle 19-05-2009
I have been working on a similar issue, and in my research I came across these sources that might help you out:Stefan Cameron is a great source of information, but you have to get used to navigating his site. Categories can be selected on the left, and older articles in any category can be browsed by selected "Previous Articles" on the bottom left of each page.http://forms.stefcameron.com/This link may target your issues a little more closely:http://forms.stefcameron.com/2006/10/12/displaying-al...

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