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Re: How can I create a summary page for the form user?
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I retyped the equation into this question but I'll definitely recheck the equation in the form. I'll also add the quotes so it looks like ["+i+"] after the SubjectDescription to each statement and let you know how that goes. I will see if I can share the form if those don't seem to make it work. It's a work related form and is confidential but I'll see if it is something I can share to get help with.Stay tuned!Thank you so much,Amy

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Let me start by saying, I pretty much taught myself Adobe LiveCycle using these forums. Thank you!!The form I created in LC is very detailed for official record but the user needs a sheet of certain details to take with them out of the office. Most of the information they will need will come from repeating subforms. First the user answers a yes/no question. If the user answers yes, the boxes for information will pop up. I've listed below what I named the subforms and fields of one of the section...

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binding an excel spreadsheet to a drop-down
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I'm working on a complex form and my goal would be to have a drop-down where the user can choose a name and a corresponding telephone number would populate in another field. I thought I could do this by binding an excel spreadsheet but it's not working. Is this something that is possible? Am I doing something wrong and not binding correctly? maybe a different way to produce the outcome? There are about 85 names/numbers that need to be included.

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Re: Can we insert an image field that can be resized by the user?
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Thank you very much for getting back to me. This means I can quit looking to find a way to do it.I will try the original size option.Thanks Again!!

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I'm creating a form for work to be used by many different agencies. In this form, the user can add photos/maps. When testing the form, we noticed that some of the photos did not fill the image field box (the picture was too small). The photos need to stay proportional. Is it possible for those fields to be resized by the user?

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