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How to handle multiple dynamic tables in a SAP Interactive Adobe Print form?

Hi,

I have designed a print form(layout) which has one structure and four different tables. And the tables are required to align one below the other.

When I execute the form in SFP I see an issue wherein if a table has more number of rows(data fetched dynamically) then it visually spreads into the table which is just below it. Is there any way for these tables to align each other during run-time(dynamically)?

Layout Design:

After execution in SFP (data filled in tables):

The solution would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Mithun

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    Posted on May 02, 2012 at 03:54 PM

    Hi Mithun,

    I am very new to Adobe print forms, but what I would try would be to wrap all 4 tables together in one flowed subform. That way they will all flow together. You can keep the spacing between the tables by using the top/bottom margins in the layout tab for the table(s).

    Julie

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      Thank you very much Julie !

      The solution you proposed has really worked, now I could see tables align in a proper way dynamically(after the data fetch).

      I have been struggling with this issue for many days and the solution is from you(you doesn't seem new to Adobe Print forms 😊 ). Thanks again.

      Regards,

      Mithun

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