1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 12, 2013 3:59 PM by Mandy_Wiesener

    Dynamic Tables help

    Aditi208

      If I have a table and I want some rows  to be dynamic and others not is this possible? (for example rows 1-4 don't need to be dynamic but row 5 does).

       

      How would I do this?

       

      I tried making two seperate tables and making each table it's own subform and setting the one I need and the whole form as Flowed content but it doesn't work. is it because I have two tables?

        • 1. Re: Dynamic Tables help
          Mandy_Wiesener Level 3

          Yes of course.

           

          You create your table.

          In the dynamic rows the textobjects get two properties

          • expand to fit (layout | height)dt1.jpg
          • allow multiple lines (object | field) dt2.jpg

           

          • The static textobjects needs only "limit lengths to visible area".
          • Then you wrap the table into a subform. This subform needs "content" "flowed". (object | subform)
          • Then the subform of the page needs the same settings. ("content" "flowed". (object | subform))
          • Then save the form as dynamic.

           

          In the example I make the Row 1 and 4 dynamic.

           

          https://workspaces.acrobat.com/?d=CZX-iFKubKFaJWFz7Y3fow

           

          Hope it will helps,

          Mandy