I have a 12 page Dynamic PDF with expandable fields.I removed all 11
master pages except for the first master page because lifecycle says I
must have one master page. Now, all the pages flow together except the
first page and I want this page to not break as well.I was wondering how
can I remove all page breaks to make the form pages flow together
Yes, Thank you Paul for clarifying this up for me.I will try to work
around this because I dont want the user to have the ability to change
the text thats already there because this form could be a legal form and
I'm not sure about the sophisticated coding.
Hi PaulYes i already understand how to create expandable fields by
creating a flowable subform in which scrollbars appear as the user types
and dissappears upon exit.My example however envolves expandable text
fields in the middle of paragraphs in between texts. Should I just
create one big text field in the form and add input fields manually? if
so when I make the input field expand across horizontally the text to
the right of it will not drop to the next line. Example:("_" stands for
where an ...
I'm use to creating simple forms that has expandable fields but I have a
more complicated document that requires expandable fields inside
paragraphs. Can someone give me any idea of how should I go about this?I
have given a example of my situation below. The "_" is the place where I
need to add a expandable form field that will flow across (horizontally)
pushing any text after it to the right or the next line.Any help would
be great! Paragraph1text text text text texttext text text text texttext...
Hi All! Hope someone can help.I need to create a flowable subform that
will allow text fields to expand without a scrollbar. I have been
researching the forums and have found this
thread:http://forums.adobe.com/message/2372965When modifying the
template above for practice, The fields expand correctly but when i make
one from scratch it doesnt work at all!Here are the steps I have
followed in creating a expandable text field from scratch:1. Open Adobe
Lifecycle Designer and open a plain blank for...