In your Hierarchy, make sure all of your subforms are included in the
parent page 1 subform (by default this is named "(untitled Subform)
(page 1)"). If the subforms you've built are within separate 'page'
subforms, they will not flow upward how you want.Typically, I start
building lengthy forms wit...
I have a fillable form for operations teams to sign-off on reviewing
procedures, etc. The form has a table set up with a button to add new
rows so multiple employees can sign, and a separate manager signature
field at the bottom. All signatures are 'Signature Scribble' fields, as
our legal departmen...
Select your 'user' signature field; in the Object panel, go to the
Signature tab and uncheck the 'lock fields after signing' box.You can
also choose to have the user signature lock only a selection of fields.
Hi Casey,You may have already done this; check your Signature tab in the
Object panel and ensure your fields do not have 'lock fields after
signing' selected. It is selected by default when you add a signature
field.You can use this tab to have each signature field lock a selection
of fields, all fi...
My company is divided into separate units across North America that have
varying levels of server access and different types of software. One
particular unit had this exact problem. We tried everything we could
think of, and the only solution we found was to save it as a 'Static'
form, rather than '...
You should be able to use the Action Builder to set this up for each
field you need controlled. You would create a new action, 'When XXX is
changed', select the result 'enable or disable a field' and choose the
same field (XXX). You might also be able to set the action to disable an
entire subform, ...
Looks like you're covered, so just a note:I work for a company with
roughly 2200 employees. There are only 3 of us who have Adobe LiveCycle
installed directly on our individual computers (not through the company
server). I build and edit fillable PDF forms with it, and general users
open/fill them w...
Hey Everyone,I have a dynamic form with a lot of dependencies and
actions, etc., and am wondering if there is a way to change the
visibility of a subform from "Visible (screen only)" to "Visible" when a
user inserts an image in an image field contained in that subform?I'm
In case others have this issue, what I ended up doing was creating a new
blank form, then copying my whole page/subform (JHA), and pasting it
into the new form. Everything aligned properly, but I had to rebuild all