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Re: Saving dynamic forms problem - Adobe LiveCycle 28-01-2013
Thanks everyone. I managed to get the form to save the dynamic sections. I forgot to tick the box to repeat sub forms and I also unticked the server side scripting box from the properties panel.

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Will a reader enabled form preserve dynamic elements after saving - Adobe LiveCycle 25-01-2013
Hi thereFollowing on from my previous question, I began to think about the problem. Can anyone tell me if a reader enabled form will preserve any dynamic elements once saved by the user?Thanks

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Re: Saving dynamic forms problem - Adobe LiveCycle 25-01-2013
To say I have deselected 'form requires server side data binding and / or scripting' from the properties panel. This is now saving the data however the repeating subform is not showing after I have saved it. When I click the button to repeat it opens up again with the data showing. I would like it to always be showing if possible.

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Saving dynamic forms problem - Adobe LiveCycle 25-01-2013
Hi I have created a form with a dynamic subform to capture repeated information. I have saved it and enabled reader rights in Acrobat. When I go to save the form with the subform repeated it does not save the repeated subform, just the original subform.Any help greatly appreciated.Thanks

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Re: Navigation to isolated pages - Adobe LiveCycle 23-12-2011
Can you send it?

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Re: Navigation to isolated pages - Adobe LiveCycle 23-12-2011
What you could probably do is create a dynamic form that could shift the content around as needed though. You would need to create subforms for the content for each of the pages that would need to be displayed. There is lots of information about how to create dynamic forms on web. If you are struggling post details of the form and I will have a look for you.

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Re: Navigation to isolated pages - Adobe LiveCycle 23-12-2011
Yes that is what I mean. I don’t think it is ever possible to remove page 1, hence the workaround. Make sense?

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Re: Navigation to isolated pages - Adobe LiveCycle 23-12-2011
Hi I am not sure that you can 'hide' page 1. I have replicated your problem and cannot find a solution. What you could do as a work around is to set the form to open in full screen mode, set a black rectangle filler to cover the first page when you go to the next page and set focus to it as well if necessary. Remove black rectangle when user wishes to go back to Page 1.

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Re: Help with building a form - Adobe LiveCycle 09-06-2011
sounds like you might be better with a simple Access database. You can store all your details and query data quickly.

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Re: Reader enabled portfolio problem - Adobe LiveCycle 28-03-2011
I tried that but the option is greyed out. Any other suggestions?

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