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Posted: 05/28/2013, 11:11 PM


it is possible to display more than 1 column in a form in "vertical view"?

some thing like when the form is in tabular view (horizontal - new records are presented as new rows), i need to add new columns when the record is in vertical view, instead of one-by-one in different pages.
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Posted: 05/29/2013, 2:09 AM

Can't help with that but would like to know myself...

Closest I have come is using one column to present a series of labels each built from an array of results from a one-to-many relationship in a child table using the parent ID to link to the main ID on the report.....

Are you saying do the same only take the presentation further by distributing the results across the page and then new-line>down and then across again much like a grid gallery....
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Posted: 05/29/2013, 2:29 PM

It's something very similar, I would use a column with static labels, and put the data in the next columns, almost like a gallery.

I need to replicate an excel sheet, similar to this:

(data column1) (data column2) (data column3) (data column4)
(static names)
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