Have you considered Adobe Correspondence Management?
You can easily solve these kind of issues using the solution
Btw do you work for state of Utah?
Let me know if you need more info on the solution
I don't work for the state of utah but I am a Notary. I'm a beginner user of LiveCycle that learns everything the hard way or anotherwords with assistance from the experts that donate their time on the Forums. Is ACM a plugin for LiveCycle -- I noticed the brief refers to www.adobe.com/livecycle ?
Then probably it is not the solution for you
Correspondence Mgmt is server side solution
You can make this work, if you can pull your choice fields out of your Printable Body text and answer them above/below your printable text field. You can then use the exit events of the Data Capture fields to set the rawValue of the in-stream text elements.
The printable body of text you are trying to create is then a series of 'Text' and 'Text Field' elements strung together in a flowable subform set to Western Text. Be sure to set the Text Fields within the body to have widths that are shorter then the shortest expected value, and check the Auto-Fit for width. All of the BOLD items in your example become Text Field elements. Create a corresponding Data Capture element - either drop list, text field, etc for Name, Date, gender etc.
Depending on how much effort you wish to put into it, you can have a single Date field populate all the date text elements, a single Gender radio button populate all gender based text elements, etc.
This should let the printable body flow to the size of selected and entered text.
Set the Presence of your data capture elements to Visible ( Screen Only ), then they will not show when printing.
Depending on your requirements, you may need to play with your overall layout.
Your final screen image will appear different than the print image.
Hope this helps