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Re: using the button to add a row above instead of below
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Forgive a stupid question be where would I enter this?

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I want the new blank rows to build up. Kind of like this. I want the new blank row to go on top of the old row without the whole table moving down.(Newest on top). That bottom row that has the text rev level is at the bottom of the page. Does this make sense? Kitty

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Thank you but, it needs to be on one page.

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Not Exactly, I have:this.resolveNode('RevTable._Row1').addInstance(1);if (xfa.host.version < 😎 {xfa.form.recalculate(1);Ok getting closer. I used your suggestion above. It added it to the top, but it moved everything down so the bottom row is now over top the footer. so from thisto thisMy goal is to have the table in the "rev level" column to show c,b, rev level. Once I add even more rows the "b" row is now off the page. Thank you,Kitty

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I am trying to create a table that will allow a user to hit a "button" and instead of the row being added to the bottom, I want it to be added to the top. to thisI can get it to work only if the new row is added to the bottom. But this table sits at the bottom of the page, so I want it to build up. I would appreciate any help at all. Thank you!Kitty

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Re: How do you set up checkboxes to automatically get selected IF and when another one is checked?
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This was the best explanation I have found. People talk about having same name and it will mirror each But I couldn't figure out how they did it. Thank you so much!!!!.

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I have created a form and used formcalc to auto fill dates. I select the first date and it is supposed to fill in the next two weeks. It works if the date is 2 digits like 12/17/15 but not 12/4/15. Can anyone let me know what I am doing wrong?This is what I have. I am very new to script and basically used trial and error on what I found online. date{MMMM DD, YYYY} $=mondaydate $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+01,"MMM DD, YYYY") $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+2,"MMM DD, YYYY") $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+4,"MMM DD, YYYY") $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+3,"MMM DD, YYYY") $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+5,"MMM DD, YYYY") $=Num2Date(Date2Num(beginDate.formattedValue,"MMM DD, YYYY")+6,"MMM DD, YYYY")...

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