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Re: Hide the Acrobat Reader Menu Bar using prePrint - Adobe LiveCycle 09-08-2010
Hi Paul,Your tip regarding prePrint, preSubmit, etc. is a great tip. Unfortunately, this approach will not work for my particular form. My PRINT button appears in 3 separate subforms and populates depending on which radio button the end user selects at the beginning of the form fill. Each PRINT button has its own unique validation java script. If the validation script was common throughout the form, then your suggestion would be the best solution.I will certainly use the preXXXXX for my future f...

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Re: Hide the Acrobat Reader Menu Bar - Adobe LiveCycle 09-08-2010
Hello Niall,The full screen script will work for my particular form even though it does not protect against a user selecting CNTL+P. My requestor tells me that this approach is acceptable.Thanks,Eric

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Hide the Acrobat Reader Menu Bar - Adobe LiveCycle 06-08-2010
For my Livecycle Designer ES document, I only want the Acrobat Reader end users to use my buttons (SAVE, PRINT, EXIT) rather than the Acrobat Reader Menu Bar to access the same functions. My buttons contain various java scripts that are necessary for form completion. If they bypass these buttons using the Acrobat Reader Menu Bar (example: File, Print), then the form will not capture the data properly.Is there a way to hide the Acrobat Reader Menu bar for my specific form through a built in funct...

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Re: Exit Button script - Adobe LiveCycle 06-08-2010
Hi Niall,Thanks for the script. I will place a SAVE script right in front of your provided CLOSE script for my EXIT button and that should do the job.Thanks again,Eric

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Exit Button script - Adobe LiveCycle 06-08-2010
Hello,I would like to add an Exit Button on the bottom of my LiveCycle Designer ES form but I am not sure how to write the java script.My form already contains SAVE and PRINT buttons that function correctly.Can someone please reply with the java script for closing the document and exiting Acrobat? It would be ideal if the script prompts the user to save the form first before the exit function takes place (if the end user did not previously select the SAVE button). Thanks,Eric

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Re: Apply Drop Down field selection to another field in document - Adobe LiveCycle 04-03-2010
Hi Raghu,Adding subform9 to "FISupplierGroup.rawValue = xfa.event.newText;" corrected the issue.Thank you for the quick solution!Sincerely,Eric

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Re: Apply Drop Down field selection to another field in document - Adobe LiveCycle 04-03-2010
hmm, my url link failed.Adobe appears to have removed the capability to post attachments. If anyone can help, I can send my PDF directly to you.Thanks,Eric

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Apply Drop Down field selection to another field in document - Adobe LiveCycle 04-03-2010
I am attempting to populate a field on page 2 with the selection of a drop-down field on page 1 of the linked dynamic XML pdf (http://www.screencast.com/t/NTRiZmQxNTE).In "Subform2, the drop-down field is named, "subformOptions". Clicking on this field and opening "Change*" will show the instruction on the bottom that I have entered:FISupplierGroup.rawValue = xfa.event.newText;I was hoping that this instruction would populate the results of the drop-down selection in the field named, "FISupplier...

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Re: FormCalc Validation Error Message - Adobe LiveCycle 17-02-2010
Srini,Your modified PDF works perfectly. I will assume that in addition to the missing semicolon, you may have altered the XML (line 472 per Raghu's comments) to get the script working.In any case, thanks to both of you for your assistance with this issue.Sincerely,Eric

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FormCalc Validation Error Message - Adobe LiveCycle 17-02-2010
I am receiving a validation error (NumFinalCommit Validate Error) when I enter a USD currency value of $10,000.00 or greater in the "Purchase Order Value" field or the "Change Notice Amount" field in the upper, right corner of the attached PDF. The FormCalc functions correctly, but the error message is annoying for the end users.Can someone offer any advice on how to disable the validation error message?

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