I have been asked to create a PDF warranty "form". Almost everything in
the document is non-interactive text with the exception of a handful of
areas here and there throughout the text that need to have information
entered. These text fields need to therefore flow with the rest of the
text in the paragraphs.I have managed to do it, though, there has to be
a better way. There has to be something I am missing. This would be a
piece of cake if they wanted a Word document...wondering if there is not...
Bruce:The first option worked! Thank you.I tried again to move the
button(s) into the subform so that a particular row could be
added/deleted in a particular spot as needed, though, it still treats
them as if they were just a picture of a button.For now it does the
basics of what I wanted.Thanks again!
Hi Bruce.Yes, it is outside of the repeating subform. Mainly because
when I try to put it inside the subform it no longer even works. It may
as well just be an image of a button.I tried incorporating your
it.This is what I currently have that is removing as it should if it
weren't for the numbering: "
Employment.EmpCont.instanceManager.removeInstance(1); "My numbering
script is: " this.rawValue=this.parent.instanceIndex +4 ". Th...
Simple form with one subform repeating. Subform contains an increasing
index number with each instance. Add button works as anticipated. Remove
button removes the first instance added rather than the last instance
added and subsequently the index numbers are out of order.Is the problem
with remove button or the "instanceIndex" code?