LiveCycle. I'm working on a form which will allow an applicant to
calculate an approximate graduation date if they're getting an
Associates Degree. They enter their start date (Start_Date) and total
credits earned to date in another field. The Credits field returns a
variable which reduces the graduation date. So, I need to take the
Start_Date, add 1068 days (which is 35 months converted roughly to
days), then subtract the varia...
We have a few forms which have been in use for a couple of years and
have discovered this same glitch. It only happens when entering 1/1/17,
either manually or with the calendar drop down - all other 2017 dates
are fine. We're using ES4. I haven't been able to find a solution yet,
but I'll let you know if I do.These entry fields could, of course, be
changed to plain text, but I'd prefer to know why this is happening
rather than put a band-aid on the issue. Also, many people like the
My company has a fillable form which has been in use for a couple of
years now. It has a table which allows people to enter a series of date
ranges - from x to x - etc. We've just noticed that 1/1/17 doesn't work
- it reverts back to 1/1/16, whether it's entered manually or via the
drop down calendar.Any ideas?
Ooops, never mind! I still had Global data binding on those two fields.
I took that off and it works fine.THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! This has been
driving me crazy, and this solution is so simple and works perfectly. I
appreciate your help!!
Hello, and thanks for your response. This is ALMOST doing it - but it's
adding the comma after the client name in the address block as well as
the greeting. How can I keep the comma from showing up in the
"object_name" field, as well?Thank you so much - this is a tremendous
help, I just need to clear up that one detail.
fillable form letter and I need something which seems pretty simple but
I can't find a solution anywhere.I want the name from the first fillable
field of the address block to automatically fill into the letter
greeting. This is simple, and I've found various ways to accomplish
this: what I can't figure out is how to have a comma autofill after the
name. Does this make sense? I would rather not have a "hard coded" comma