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Adobe LiveCycle Designer - Adding Table Rows via dynamic button

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Frankwlc, Dec 9, 2011.

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  1. Frankwlc

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    I'm very much a newbie at using Adobe Live Cycle Designer (only got it a couple of days ago) so please bear with me.

    I am using the trial version of Designer ES2 v9 and Action Builder to create a form with buttons to allow users to dynamically add new rows to a table. That part I have managed to fathom out on a test form I'm playing with but the problem I have come across is that when I test out the function in Preview PDF, anything below the interactive table (i.e. other tables, text boxes etc.) are not being moved down the page in sync with the new rows. Eventually, if enough rows are added, the interactive table overlaps anything else below it.

    Is there something I can do to make objects below the interactive table move down the page as new rows are added?

    I have attached the test PDF which I hope illustrates my problem.
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