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Conditional Formatting/Shading "underneath" Table Shading?
Am I missing something, or is this a bug or a feature in InfoPath 2007? I have a Checkbox control as field1 in a Repeating Table. I set Conditional Formatting for the Repeating Table so that when the checkbox is unchecked (field1 = false or 0), that row is shaded yellow. Works great. Then if I set shading...
Add repeating table rows programatically using vb.net
Hi, Could any body help me how can i add repeating tables using vb.net code on a dropdownlist changed event.
adding rows to a repeating table
Researching this, it seems that adding rows to a repeating table is problematic. I have 4 seperate repeating tables in a form, that grow based on the dropdown selections. These dropdowns are pulling from 4 seperate sharepoint lists. Once the dropdown decisions are complete. How can I consolidate the...
Email values from repeating table items
Hello, I've gotten good advice from here in the past so hopefully someone can help me with this one. I'm sure it's not that hard, I'm just missing something as I am new to InfoPath. I have a form with several repeating sections. I have a button at the end of each section to email the...
Re: Getting Values from Repeating Table
This is good stuff...I have a similar, but different question...thru a slight adjustment to what you've done here, how would I: 1. Evaluate a "UserName" Field on a repeating table (User names will vary across the repeating rows) 2. Compare it to the "CurrentUser" who is signed...
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