Yes, I have three 2-button groups, associated with three hide/unhide
single-row tables (i.e. a row of a few cells in which to answer if 'Y'
selected), but they are all in the same subform.The code snippet you
suggest looks like something I've seen in the forum, but that uses
'decision.choice'. Unfortunately these methods are unfamiliar to me (as
is most coding!), but I'll delve in.Thanks again.
Ive created a dynamic pdf form with LC Designer 220.127.116.1101008.1.734299,
which reports itself as compatible with Acrobat and Reader 8.1 or
later.Forms completed in Reader 8,9 and X seem to be coming in
correctly.However, a form completed by a customer in Acrobat Standard 8
behaves oddly:-When opened in Acrobat Pro 8.3 it correctly renders with
all fields that should now be visible, visible and content that should
now be hidden, hidden.However, when opened in Reader 9 or Acro Pro X,
fields that s...
Hi,Before designing the form you just select an image field and insert
into your page. Then add an image which will be your background
image.Now, go to the object pallete,select Field Tab and go to the
Presence section and select the presence as hidden. This means initially
there will not be any images whenever user will open the form.Now, in
the click event of radio button just write the below code.For
Yes,ImageField.presence = visible;For No,ImageField.presence =
Hi Steve, You're welcome. Yes, when setting things like Visible (Screen
Only), you do have to change the presence and the relevant properties.
If you want to hide all of the contents, then yes hiding a whole page is
possible. Depending on your form structure and pagination, you may need
to do a loop. Hope that helps,Niall
TundraSteve - thanks for the reply.I'm not sure I follow (pardon my lack
of knowledge)Do you mean: xfa.host.print(1, "0",
(xfa.host.numPages).toString(), 0, 0, 0, 0, 0); //removed
-1orxfa.host.print(1, "0", (xfa.host.numPages), 0, 0, 0, 0, 0);
//removed -1 and .toString()Neither seemed to work.Thanks