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Hello,I believe I spoke too soon, the data now binds when I Preview the PDF in LiveCycle, but when I save it and then open it in Acrobat Pro or Reader, it does not bind the XML data in.Any help is appreciated.Ian

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Thank you very much!!!!! That has fixed it perfectly.

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Currently we are using a .dat file to populate a .docx file, but we are having issues with layout and formatting and I want to switch it to using a PDF.I have found lots of information on adding an XML Data Connection to a PDF, but nothing to do with troubleshooting. I created a simple XML file with three fields and I was able to connect it to a dynamic PDF and then generate the fields into the document. Now when I preview the PDF the values dont fill in, nor when I open it in Reader.I have test...

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Thanks radzmar!!!!I looked in the temp but temp/adobe, not the temp file itself.I was able to get it with only loosing the last 20 mins or so.Thanks again!IAN

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Hi,So i have been working on a file for about 2 hours and then i got the "LiveCycle has stopped working" error message and all I could do was hit Okay to shut down.So I lost about 2 hours worth of work that I would like back.Does LiveCycle back up to a temp file (similar to what word does)?Is there a way to find my lost work?Note: I have gone back in to LiveCycle and opened the file to see how much i lost.Your help is appreciated.IAN

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Sorry, everything I read said it is based on the Printer settings and Adobe can not change that.Users will have to select the paper size when prompted to print. Not the best option, but I can not see any other way right now.I will try to look for other options and keep you posted.IAN

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Okay, I just tested it, and I see what you are talking about. I will take a look today and see if I can fix it.IAN

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In the Hierarchy select Page 1, then change the paper type to Legal.If that is what you already tried then I do not know.IAN

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I found this answer from another question that fixed my problem.Thanks to Niall.http://forums.adobe.com/thread/756259?tstart=0

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Thanks Niall,I was looking for that to build a generic fax template for multiple locations.I knew someone would have a similar issue that i could borrow.You are awesome.IAN

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Thanks Steve,I should have be more specific.Our Fax sheet is currently 21 different forms with an image footer of location address and phone number, which is different for each form.I want to create 1 form that auto shows the address info based on the location dropdown. My thought is a show/hide that appears based on the location chosen. The footer can either be an image or text, either one will work.If you are able to help, that would be most appreciated.Thanks again,IAN

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Hi,I have looked all over the the forums and found some example but none completely relate.I am building a fax coversheet for different locations and would like a footer to show based on a drop down list.I don't know how to add a file to the forum, but I do have an example.I don't know how the text box should be set up (visible, invisible or hidden)Any help is appreciated.Thanks in advance,IANhttps://acrobat.com/app.html#d=E009pSpNPlbKYE4b6mWPkw

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