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Controlling location of text field upon expansion onto additional page
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Hi everyone, I'm relatively new to LiveCycle and have had a fair amount of success creating forms, but I have run into an issue. I have created an site-review form that has comment fields (text fields) which expand to accommodate the amount of notes take by the reviewer. I have set it so that the fields expand and push the items below down and onto a second page as needed. The real issue occurs when the text filed expands onto the next page. When the text field moves down, it changes it's Y axis...

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Re: Adding a field that calculates total radio button answers
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Thank you, Magnus069,It took a few minutes to get the variables lined up properly, but it worked!Thank you!-John

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Hi everyone,I'm relatively new to LiveCycle, so bear with me. I'm using LiveCycle Designer ES2 version 9.I have created a form that will be used to perform a quality assurance review of one of our programs. There are 32 standards that must be met in order for the program to be considered compliant. Each standard uses a radio button to indicate C (for compliant) or NC (for Noncompliant). What I'd like to do is create two fields; one will calculate the total number of radio buttons indicating C, a...

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