Making subform behave as table and data part as body row


Step10: If the data is flowing to multiple pages then we direct the over flown data.

Move to pagination tab under object tab, under that if dataset is paginated under overflow give the name of content area and overflow leader as header row. By adding this whenever an overflow occurs the header will be displayed in all the pages. 

We need to create two subforms, the reason is that the body of the table can be flowed to multiple pages and if we make the subform as flowed all the elements will be aligned either top to bottom or western text (left to right). So as we need to display the table contents in two rows we created two subforms, first one will be flowed and the second one under first one which will be positioned. 

Step11: Creating Header row for the table.

Drag a static text element from the library and drop it above the body row. Wrap the text in a subform giving the accessibility as header row. 





Step12: Creating a table subform. The content of the subform should be flowed and the accessibility should be table. 

Name the untitled subform (Page 1) as "Bodypage1". After doing this change the content of the body page as flowed then click on pagination tab, under that if dataset is paginated under overflow give the name of content area same as what we performed for body row. (In body page we gave overflow leader as header row but in body page pagination do not use that)





Step13: Giving borders to the table and header. 

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