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Old August 25th, 2013, 04:15 PM
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Question Suppressing Text Frames

I am working on a complicated form where a multiple fields can be either empty (Suppressed), Blank (leaving spaces for users to complete) or have a value. I listed an example of the three options for the Last Name field below

1. Empty ""

2. Blank "Last Name
__ __ __ __ __ __ __"

3. Value "Last Name
Smith"

The form needs to flex left to right and top to bottom. Each line has multiple fields (ie. Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial). I need to suppress the text Frames when ALL fields on that line are empty so the second line will move up. I am having difficulty due to the field labels being above the actual field and the numerous rules needed for each field. Below are examples I what I trying to do using field names below

Eaxample A
Line1: Last Name First Name Middle Initial
Line2: Smith John M
Line3: Address 1 Address 2
Line4: 123 North Main St Apartment B

Example B
Line1: Address 1 Address 2
Line2: 123 North Main St Apartment B
Line3: City St Zip
Line4: Anywhere NY 12345
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Old August 27th, 2013, 10:56 AM
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Default Re: Suppressing Text Frames

It's hard to visualize exactly what you want to see in the output from the description. Can you post a mock-up of some sample data and what you expect in the corresponding output?
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