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Decrease the GAP

Hello Guru's,

I'm new to adobe form design, So I couldn't catch the solution to decrease the GAP between two fields.

Like I have to fields side by side, with first field lenth 40 and second field 10.

If the first field field is not in full lenth, it is giving gap inbetween first field and second field.

Please suggest me how to reduce this GAP.

Thanks in advance.

Indra

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 08:18 AM

    >>Like I have to fields side by side, with first field lenth 40 and second field 10.

    >>If the first field field is not in full lenth, it is giving gap inbetween first field and second field.

    >>Please suggest me how to reduce this GAP.

    wrap those two fields in a subform.

    for the subform, use the content:Flowed, Flow Direction:Western Text, Layout->Width:Auto-fit.

    for both the fields objects, use Layout->Width: Expand-to-fit

    the initial width of the first field can be small as you want,

    incase of longer field values, the width will be automatically set by the acrobat reader.

    regards,

    BJagdishwar.

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2010 at 06:32 AM

    HI experts,

    U cant do this by using adobe , atleast i dont know how to do this from adobe point of view.

    I face the same issues earlier.

    My solution is create a text module , and pass this TM into forms , Then it will dynamically set the spacce as per value .

    This will surely works, i did it through this way..

    Thanks,

    Jo

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 06:22 PM

    Thanks for all the valuable suggestions

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