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Displaying any object on the header/footer of a specific page in Adobe forms


Example 2:

Header at the top of the first page (Title or a logo)

Here, we would be displaying the title only on the first page.

Displaying the header only on the first page will require a small change in the java script and placing the header at the location where you would like to display.

Step 1: Create a title outside the content area of the master page. Set the size & location of the title and form exactly where you want the footer to get displayed.

 Step 2: Go to Palettes->Script editor. Write the below script in event initialize and language FormCalc

This script would display the header only on the first page. Likewise, we can display it on any specific page by simply changing the value of variable “curpage”  

var curpage  = $ ( ref ( $ ) )

if ( curpage ne 1 ) then

$.presence = "hidden"


Save and activate these changes.

The output is as below with title only on first page.

Page 1:  

Page 2:  

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