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Re: using the button to add a row above instead of below
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Live Cycle script for auto filling dates
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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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