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Re: PDF form Week ending date auto populate
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i am doing this in a Acrobat PDF form. when I asked on the forum there they told me i needed to ask on this forum. am am trying to use Java script in the form. should i still be on the Adobe forum?

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the formula does not want to work without the {} it gives me a syntax error 3: at line 4

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i have a pdf form i am doing. it has a java script to make the week ending date populate other fields and minus a day.if (WEEK_ENDING.rawValue == null){$.rawValue = "";}else{Num2Date(Date2Num(WEEK_ENDING.formattedValue, DateFmt(1)) - 0, DateFmt(1));}endif this works for the first date, but when i change it toif (WEEK_ENDING.rawValue == null) {$.rawValue = "";}else{Num2Date(Date2Num(WEEK_ENDING.formattedValue, DateFmt(1)) - 1, DateFmt(1));}endifit does not work. any idea what i am doing wrong?Tin...

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