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Hello,I have a button which is linked to the action of disabling the form. If the button is pressed I was hoping that a password function would appear that the user would have to correctly enter before the action of the button was carried out. The purpose of this would be that a person can not accidentally press the button and disable the form unintentionally.Can it be done?Thanks for your help in advance.

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Auto-populate form save name based on multiple text field values?
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Hi all, when I click a button linked to the action "save the form" is there any way to automatically determine the file save name based on the value on multiple text fields (i.e. name and age)?Also is there any way to automatically determine the file save location?Regards.

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Re: Multiple repeating subforms appearing in sequence of selection, not grouped.
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Hi there,I think your best option would be having each of those subforms inside a subform...When an instance of any of those subform are added, add the parent's instance subform and hide/show the right subforms you wanted to add instancesE.g.:Hope this help!

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