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Re: Position of the label in a text field - Adobe LiveCycle 07-12-2010
Thank you for the quick response... so obvious once you know!

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Position of the label in a text field - Adobe LiveCycle 07-12-2010
Hi,By default when utilising a text field, the label appears on the laft hand side of the input area.Is there any way that the positioning of the label & input can be reconfigured? I'm wanting the label to appear above the input on each field.E.G.*Label**Input Area*Could leave the label blank and create a separate static text object for each field, but would prefer to use a simpler approach if possible!Thanks.

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Floating field display - Adobe LiveCycle 05-10-2010
Sure this will turn out to be a silly questions, but I can't work it out so...I've got a static text field that includes a floating field at the end of the static text. The floating field's rawValue is being populated by the selection of a drop-down box earlier in the form.The issue is that in the form, the floating field is not displaying within the static text field. It's appearing in the top-left hand corner of the page (completely outside of the static text field). Any ideas how I can get it...

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Re: Locking fields on save - Adobe LiveCycle 20-09-2010
Perfect. Thanks for helping a newbie Steve.

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Locking fields on save - Adobe LiveCycle 19-09-2010
Hi there,I need to create a simple interactive form for my company. The form contains a few free-text fields and drop-down boxes. The only logic involved will be A) some fields being visible or invisible based on previous selections and B) once the form has been filled out, a button can be clicked to "lock down" and save the completed form.By lock-down I mean that each field will become read-only and non-editable (essentially want it to be a static PDF at that point) for distribution.My question...

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