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Format tab - Number category options only Calculate tab - all calculation functions Creating a Check Box A check box is used to present options from which more than one can be selected. Each check box represents a different data element.
You define the value that will cause the check box to display as "checked. Each of these represents a different element from the XML file.
If the XML file contains a value of "Y" for any of these fields, you want the check box to display as checked.
All or none of these options may be selected. To create a check box field: Select Check Box from the Type drop down list. Select the Options tab. In the Export Value field enter the value that the XML data field should match to enable the "checked" state. For the example, enter "Y" for each check box field.
Draw the check box field in the desired position. Creating a Radio Button Group A radio button group is used to display options from which only one can be selected. The possible values for this field are "Standard" or "Overnight".
You represent this field in your form with two radio buttons, one labeled "Standard" and one labeled "Overnight". For one field, define the "on" state when the value is "Standard".
For the other, define the "on" state when the value is "Overnight". To create a radio button group: On the Field Properties dialog box, enter a Name for the field. Each radio button you define to represent this value can be named differently, but must be mapped to the same XML data field.
Select Radio Button from the Type drop down list. In the Export Value field enter the value that the XML data field should match to enable the "on" state. For the example, enter "Standard" for the field labeled "Standard".
Enter "Overnight" for the field labeled "Overnight". Draw the form field in the position desired on the template. Defining Groups of Repeating Fields In the PDF template, you explicitly define the area on the page that will contain the repeating fields.
For example, on the purchase order template, the repeating fields should display in the block of space between the Item header row and the Total field. To define the area to contain the group of repeating fields: Insert a form field at the beginning of the area that is to contain the group.
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