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ajmmurray
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  • Yes I thought it had something to do with that.The original document has this information on the document properties:PDF Producer: Acrobat Distiller 8.1.0 (Windows)PDF Version:1 .7 (Acrobat 8.x)Does that mean it is an Acroform document?I don't mind converting it to a XFA form through LC Designer, so...

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  • I have a pdf form which seems to have been produced by Acrobat.It required editing for some simple text changes. This was no problem using Acrobat, saving the form to remove security settings, and then using the Tools - Content - Edit Document Text option.But this form also has fillable form fields ...

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  • I was trying to find the x coordinate (not the y) to determine how far to the left that the subform shows.If there is something else that would tell me if the subform is being displayed in the Left ContentArea or the Right ContentArea, then that would give me the necessary info.Essentialy, what I ne...

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  • This looks very helpful, thanks Niall.  This seems like the right track for me to solve my problem.However it does not quite work when the page layout is two columns. I actually need to detect when the last subform C is being displayed in the left hand column, then add sufficient space to force it t...

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  • Problem statementForm with the 4 subforms named A to D. A turns B on or off, D is only visible when printing. When viewing the form interactively I need the following order (number in brackets indicates columns):When printing the form I need the following order:A (2)C (2)A (2)C (2)A(2)B(1)C(2)A(2)C(...

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  • In the end I achieved what I wanted by using scripting in the form:ready event of specific objects.The radio button list (R1) has a form:ready event in which I called the change event.In turn the R1 change event calls the D1 change event.When I tracked these events through the form loading process t...

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  • Yes that option is selected already.But it does not seem to be having the desired effect.

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  • I have a problem when loading a pdf which has partially filled in form field values.The form has repeating sections and multiple related sections.There are several drop down lists and radio button lists which control the display of other sections.This is my scenario:Open a new form, this has R1 with...

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  • I have finally managed to solve this problem.The issue was not a subform extending too far out, it was a pagination setting, as Niall suggested.I created a blank document to analyse the issue closely, and lo, my new blank doc with all default settings, worked perfectly.So I revisited my forms and co...

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  • This is the scenario:Document with two master pages - Page1 has two content areas - left column and right column, Page 2 has one content area the full page width named 'FullPage'  One page set named PageSetOne - with multiple subforms, each with Pagination setting of Following Previous and Continue ...

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