I took a closer look at my XML code and see that the data that is not
importing are the ones that are in a subform. The XML is importing the
data to look like this: Any ideas? How can I attach a form to this
post by the way? I see attach a hyperlink, syntax, and html, but no
Hi,I have created a form for customers to fill out and send to me.
Currently, there is a locked blank field titled: ID. I would like to be
able to unlock this field and fill it out after a customer has sent me
their form. I want to be the only person who can fill it out and once I
do, I don't want anyone to be able to do anything with it. Any advice on
how I can do this?Thanks!
Hi,I have created a form for people to fill out and submit to me. When I
export the data to an XML file, it seems to export correctly b/c all the
data goes into an access or excel file. However, when I import the same
XML file back into a blank PDF file, it does not import all the field.
Why would this be the case? I am using the exact same form template that
people are filling out, so its not like the field names are
Hi,I need some advice on how to set-up a form. Here is what I need to
happen:A user will fill out a form requesting that a project be
approved. This form includes things like a description of the project.
The project request then needs to be approved by various people (finance
department, risk department, submitter's manager, etc.)Currently, I have
set up the process the following way:Step 1: The user fills out a
project request formStep 2: Upon completion, the user submits the form
(via email a...
Hi,I've created a form that includes subforms and tables. Unfortunately,
when I export to an XML file and import it into access it is importing
the table data as separate tables in Access. Is there a way to simply
import this data all into one table in Access?Thanks!
Great! That worked for me. (Note: to anyone else who read this message
board, you have to save the PDF file as a dynamic file to get it to
work). But now I have a new problem. The text box will expand but it
goes over any other text or form information that I have on the page. Is
there an option to get the rest of the form to "move down" if I expand
the text box?
Hi,I've created an application for people to fill out. One part of the
form is a text box that asks for a description. The problem is that
sometimes people will type more than what I have sized out the text box
to be in the form. You can read all the information when you have the
document open in Adobe by scrolling down in the text box, but when you
print it, it will only print the size of the text box. Is there a way to
get this to print in full?Obviously, I could enlarge the text box, but