Hello,It is possible to have a PDF reference an excel table. I'm build
an estimate form and I've got a dropdown section where I list all of my
company's products. Based on a user's selection, I would like the PDF to
auto-populate a field with pricing from an Excel table. If I can't use
excel, what else could I do?I was also thinking I could create an
additional page (hidden) which would include the date I need.ThanksTim
Niall, since you were so helpful on answering that question. I thought I
would hit you up with one more. One page 2 of my form, how do I get the
"Total Samples on this Page" to auto-populate with the number of rows
that are filled out. I don't need a validation of the data just need to
know if any part of a part is filled out.I tried instanceManager.count
but I'm really confused on this.
I see exactly what you mean. So I can leave this form as is (thank you
for correcting this) or I can go back, name the first subform and then
change the info on the right side of the If statement. So instead
could change each of these
to:general.CompanyorInstitution_Contact.rawValue;Is this correct
assuming I call the first subform "general"? I'm just a little hazing on
how to reference a specific field. I get that the left s...
Not sure what functionality I need to be using but here is what I am
looking to accomplish. I need to know how to count the number of rows in
a table that are not null. I have a table with data but what I need to
know is how many rows are filled out. In other words, if 5 rows out of
20 are filled out, I need my form to tell me that 5 rows are filled in.
The specific data in the table is irrelevant for this calculation.
Furthermore, I do not need the formula to validate the all columns in
Hello, I have a contact information (general information) subform and a
billing information subform. Is there a way to add a radio button that
says "Same as General Information? This would help so that our customers
don't have to retype name, address, email, etc.