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Re: Duplicate Lines after Export to .xml and import into Excel - Adobe LiveCycle 23-12-2008
Please post a synopsis of your solution.

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Re: How to add a footer row to an existing table? - Adobe LiveCycle 01-12-2008
Hi Bill,in your hierarchy view of your table,selsct the body row of your tabke andright-click and select 'Insert'.Then select 'Rows below'.You will see a new row beneath your original body row.Select your new row, and in your Object tab, select 'Footer Row' under type.Now, under the Pagination tab select wether you want to see the footer row on every page or just the last page.Good Luck!Zoe

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Re: Page Count in Overflow Leader - Adobe LiveCycle 24-11-2008
Please post a summary of the solution - just so the rest of us have an idea.

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Re: RunAtServer script in XDP not executed in Form Server - Adobe LiveCycle 21-11-2008
John,I had the same problem as you did, and I used your:if (DateOfSale.rawValue == null || txtProductId.rawValue == "") { // hide it DateOfSale.presence = "hidden"; } and it WORKED!So - while it in no way contributes to this forum, THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!!!!

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Re: How to calculate the number of row in a dynamic table - Adobe LiveCycle 20-11-2008
That does help - thank you so much Tom!

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Re: How to calculate the number of row in a dynamic table - Adobe LiveCycle 20-11-2008
Hi Robert,how would I count the occurances of a field value = true ON A PAGE?Regards,Zoe

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Re: Flexible content lengths in form fields - how? - Adobe LiveCycle 28-10-2008
Hi Steph,It is as simple as you think it is - you just wrap them, and make it positioned.It gets tricky if you want the subforms to grow - just remember for a flowing field, the outer most sumform must be 'Flowed'.The best will be to experiment with it.* Remember - if your fields inside the subform start moving about 'by themselves', you need to take a look at the Margin settings; these settings will override your placement in the subform.Hope that helps,Zoe

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Re: Flexible content lengths in form fields - how? - Adobe LiveCycle 22-10-2008
Matt,would you mind posting me your email address? I will contact you to get a copy of your form.I honestly can't tell you if this is a software issue (I am not entirely fluent in all the versions and the functions of the various Adobe programs), but if it is a design problem - I think I can help.Also - perhaps you would like to do a little research on the functionality of the programs you are using. Perhaps there are features disabled.Talk soon.Zoe

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Re: How to change form submission default from XML to pdf? - Adobe LiveCycle 22-10-2008
Pat,In your form, do as follows: Add a button (not the email Submit Button, just the "Button"). Set the Control type to 'Submit' (under your Object tab). On the Submit tab (under your Object tab), add "mailto:name@domain.com" in the Submit to URL box. Change the 'Submit As' drop down to 'PDF' (your other options are XML, XDP and FDF). Save the form. Zoe

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Re: Emailing Form in PDF format instead on xml? -need help!- - Adobe LiveCycle 22-10-2008
Hi Rochelle,The forums are here to help all those in need, but Daniel has a point - this specific question has been posed countless times, and a search would have revealed that. None the less, I hope you find this helpful:In your form, do as follows: Add a button (not the email submit button, just the "button"). Set the Control type to 'Submit' (under your Object tab). On the Submit tab (under your Object tab), add "mailto:name@domain.com" in the Submit to URL box. Change the 'Submit As' drop do...

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