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Achieving Control Levels functionality in Adobe Forms
Step13: Place the cursor on sub form Body and
Go to palettes--à
Object. There select ‘Subform’
Here, Initially Content is ‘Position’.
Change the Content field in the all
sub forms ‘Body, Vbeln, Data’ from ‘Position’
to Flowed under subform tab as shown
Now, select the ‘Binding’
Here, Default binding is ‘Normal’
for sub form Body
But select the Default binding as
Now, default binding for subform Body
becomes as shown below:
And the binding of subform ‘Vbeln’
The binding of the sub form ‘Group’
The binding of the sub form ‘Data’
The binding of field ‘VBELN’
The binding of field ‘POSNR’
Step14: The final layout looks as shown below
Step15: Execute the form, the output is
You can observe that there is no
page header when there is a page overflow.
Now let us extend the scenario to
have the page header whenever there is a page overflow.
Step16: We can achieve this as shown below.
Place the cursor on the subform ‘Body’.
Go to Palettes-àObject.
Here, in the Pagination tab under Object, select
Overflow leader as ‘Header’
Activate the form.
Step17: Execute the form and the output of the second page is
as shown below.
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