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Two forms in one

Hi all,

I wish to make a form which contains two subforms : a notification and a receipt for one employee. These two subforms must be printed as many times as there are employees. The notification form stands on one page, and the receipt form stands on another page. So, I wish my PDF looks like :

Page 1 : Notification employee 1

Page 2 : Receipt employee 1

Page 3 : Notification employee 2

Page 4 : Receipt employee 2

Page 5 : Notification employee 3

Page 6 : Receipt employee 3

Page 7 : Notification employee 4

Page 8 : Receipt employee 4

....

Page 2n-1 : Notification employee n

Page 2n : Receipt employee n

But I'm not able to get this result. All I obtain is :

Page 1 : Notification employee 1

Page 2 : Receipt employee 1

or

Page 1 : Notification employee 1

Page 2 : Receipt employee 2

Can someone help me ?

Thanks a lot.

Julien.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 05:42 AM

    Hi Julien,

    Create a subform in your adobe form and put those notification and receipt subform under this.

    Now bind this subform with your context node employee data.

    Hope it will help else let me know your node structure then I will be able to explain it more.

    Thanks & Regards

    Ravindra Singh

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      Hi Ravindra,

      Here how I solved the problem :

      1) Create a main form, with two subforms inside.

      2) Bind the main form to the line of the internal table, and, very important, check the box "Subform for each element" (same tabstrip), with a min of 1.

      3) Set the "content" property (subfom tabstrip) of the main form to "Distributed".

      4) Subforms are not binded to any variable, and their "content" property is set to "Position"

      This is not exactly what you said, but give 10 points anyway 😉

      Note : I translated properties and their values from french. Hope translation is correct.

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