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Master page unnecessarily repeated in adobe forms.

Hi ,

The scenario i m trying to develop is to have data and an image field on the first page followed by only data on the next page.For this i have created two master pages and two body pages.The first master page has got an image field attached and 4 content areas.The second master page has got only 4 content areas.The pagination of the bodypages is done as described below :

bodypage1--placed on master page 1,after : go to next content area ,if dataset must be paginated :goto next master page

bodypage2--placed on master page 2,after : go to next content area

The problem i am facing is result is displyed like :

data on page like master page1 (required)

empty page like masterpage1 (NOT REQD)

rest data on pages like masterpage2(reqd)

THIS EMPTY PAGE IS A PROBLEM.Can anyone tell where i m going wrong?

Thanks,

Ashwani Rohilla

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 04:36 PM

    Hello,

    For this you need not create a master page, body page...complete design your whole layout in design view of default page...and dont change the settings of pagination tab... I think that should work.

    thanks,

    Rakesh.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 04:51 AM

    Thanks Rakesh for the reply.

    But my issue got resolved .i set the occurence of the master page in the pagiantion to maximum 1 .It is working fine.

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