Thank you very much for your quick reply.
I have to admit, however, that I am not quite confident I understand your form correctly.
First up, I believe the example on your form that applies to my situation is number 3 (the one with the fake submit button), where the email address that the form is mailed to is selected from the drop down list. In my case, however, it would be a straight forward text box that would contain the email address. How, then, do I make it so that the submit button (regardless if it is fake or real) picks up that email addres?
Looking at the example, nothing seems to happen, and the email address on the hidden submit button remains the example that you provided.
Sorry, this is probably completely wasting your time but I do appreciate if you could simplify the steps for me even further (if possible.
Kind regards and many thanks.
Yes #3 is the right one .....the real email option contains the property that has the email address specified in it....so the fake email button allows you to modify this property before sending it. In your case instead of referencing the DDlsi field you woudl reference your field that holds the email address.
If you are not used to code it can look daunting ...if you want to send your form to LiveCycle8@gmail.com I can code it up for you so you can see it in your context.
Thank you so much for all your help. The form you sent me does exactly what I need it to do.
Have a great weekend.
Kind regards and, once again, many thanks.