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‎10-12-2019
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Re: User entered values to populate a dropdown list.
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jamesb7159942
- Adobe LiveCycle
Worked perfect. I put the add button in my Row1. Remerge the form on the entry of the first row and created an unique "Id" field from the index. It works just the way I wanted. Thanks a million.

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User entered values to populate a dropdown list.
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jamesb7159942
- Adobe LiveCycle
I have created a form with dynamically determined number of rows. Each row has a dropdown list field that is initially empty. I want to add the user entry to the list to be used in the field in the rows that follow.

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Can I insert a shape into a table cell
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jamesb7159942
- Adobe LiveCycle
I want to make a pointer out of one side of the cell. I thought I might be able to black out the corners of the cell to create a point on one side of the cell. Also whatever I come up with needs to repeat automatically when the table is expanded. I have looked at the border choices. They don't work. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I am having an issue getting my side by side subforms to flow to the next page properly.
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jamesb7159942
- Adobe LiveCycle
Each subform contains a table. I created a master page with two content areas. I place the first subform in content area 1 and the second in content area 2. I have tried several different pagination setups, but no matter what I try the first table will go into the second content area on overflow. Can anybody tell me how to set up the forms so that they flow to the next page instead of the next content area?

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