I have a table with a header row, 4 body rows, and a footer row. When I display it in Reader, it appears exactly as created:
But when I do a Save As > Reader Extended PDF > Enable Additional Features and display it again in Reader, several unwanted rows appear:
Can anyone suggest what might be causing this?
Do you have script in the layout:ready event, the docReady event or the initialize event? In particular anything that sets the number of rows. These events fire twice, once the form has been Reader Enabled and the form is opened in Acrobat or Reader.
Thanks for the suggestion Niall. Here's what's in those events:
Page1.sfEmpSub.SubmitToAdmin.presence = "invisible";
Page1.sfEmpSub.SubmitToMgr.presence = "invisible";
I can't see anything that would likely cause this problem, but I'll try to narrow it down by a process of elimination and post back.
I can't see any script to add or delete rows. Is the table intended to be dynamic, where the user can add more rows OR is it static, with a fixed number of rows?
If it is the latter, then select the Rows and in the Object > Binding palette, make sure that Repeat instances is NOT ticked.
Hope that helps,