No the problem is that if you do not specify either an initial page or a
min page in the dialog then you have no page. If you specifiy a min page
of 1 then you cannot delete that page if you set min to 0 and initial to
1 then you have one page that can be deleted but when you save the file
the page comes back as you told the application to give you a minimum of
one page.This is something that has to be handled with script.
Thanks for the reply however I do not think that will help. The problem
is that with an initial count set to 1 in the binding tab. When the form
is closed and reopened then the initial count sets the page back to 1.
I have a file that has several pages. Pages 2-4 could have multiple
instances by clicking an add page button. I have the initial page set to
1, minimum page set to 0. The user can delete the initial page which
works fine. The problem is when they save the file and reopen the page
that was deleted comes back. How can I get around this?
I have designed a form in LC and need to have it start up in Acrobat or
Reader with no toolbars. This would be the same as using the F8 key. I
have looked at samples but cannot find one specific to using the F8 key.
I have a form that has a table. Within the table is a description box.
The user enters data into the box and can add/remove new items. When
they are done I would like the text from these fields to be concatenated
into a large text box. Essentially what they are doing is creating a
list of descriptions that will be pushed into a report field.Thanks,