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  • I know this is an old thread, but if anyone has an example they could send I would be eternally grateful. I have my Access DB connected to my form and it fills in beautifully with the information from the database. So I know that it is connected. I have followed all the tutorials I can find on inser...

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  • Paul, My Email is jdickens@dse.net.I did set the connection to delay and have been trying to find the commands to connect as needed. Thank you so much for the help. Jenn D.

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  • I assume that you have set up the data connection and that you named this data connection "DataConnection" and bound the fields that you want to see information in. I know these are basic questions, but when I'm frusterated, I sometimes forget the simplest things. These are some simple things that I...

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  • oh! Now how simple is that?!! Thank you!Jenn D.

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  • I assume that you get this from Insert/Custom/Current Date???You need to change the # in the script to match the format you want... According to the Adobe help files...(search DateFmt)The following expressions are examples of using the DateFmt function: DateFmt(1) returns - M/D/YY (if en_US locale i...

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  • I have this problem sometimes when I forget to change the script Language to FormCalc. In my VERY limited experience, I believe xfa.sourceSet.DataConnection.next() is a FormCalc expression... please forgive my ignorance if I am wrong...Jenn D.

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  • That is what I intend to do. (I do not need it to go into an Access form, just the database so that the information is usable for reporting). I haven't actually done a distribute/submit in Adobe 9 yet so I'm not sure how/if it differs from 8.0. If I can collect the 'submitted' forms and 'export' the...

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  • Not the way I had originally thought I wanted to. I have come up with a creative work-around though. (See previous posts in this discussion). I'm almost to a point that I can start experimenting with how DC can send the engineer's info to the database once they submit it back to her. I really apprec...

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  • OK, I got creative with part of it. I only have one person that needs to fill in the doc number and corresponding information. Then she will distribute it to the engineer who needs it. They will fill out their portion and submit back to her. What I did... I created a form (in Access 2007) with all t...

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  • I think I might have found a site that explains how to do what I need to do. I am going to play with it today and see if I can make any headway. http://forms.stefcameron.com/2006/09/29/selecting-specific-database-records/My biggest problem so far is that I need it to open with the fields blank until...

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