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Restricting table rows per page in an adobe form

Hi experts,

I got a requirement in adobe forms which is I have to display the header on master page,table on body page and footer is also on body page.Here footer should not be overwritten by table subform and the position of footer is always the end of page even for one page or two pages.If the table rows are more ,they should be printed on next page and cannot be printed at footer subform place evn on first page also.So how can I make a table to print only fixed number of rows per page and if it exceeds remaining would be printed on next page?



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  • Posted on Oct 03, 2012 at 06:24 AM

    Hi Subhash,

    For printing same footer on every page you have to declare the footer in master form.

    Please note that the content area in the master form should not be overlapping the footer or header are.

    i.e the content area should always be between the header and footer. This will avoid overlapping and the overflow fileds will continue in next print by default.

    It wil be something like this.


    Sandeep Katoch

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 05:02 AM

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