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screen and another for printing this should help. As you know, not a simple
matter of using the hide-when options since whatever is hidden for reading is
automatically hidden for printing so here's how to get around that:
On your form create two standard sections. Both sections will have no style
and the boder color will be the same color as form backgound. If your form
background is light gray then your border color will be light gray. Leave the
title for both sections blank. The result is the user is completely unaware of
either section existing.
In the section that has the video display format, it will autoexpand for
Previewed, Opened for Reading, and Opened for Editing; it will autocollapse for
In the section that has the print format, it will autocollapse for Previewed,
Opened for Reading, and Opened for Editing; it will autoexpand for Printed.
The fields in the Printed section will be computed and set to the value of the
fields in the Video display section.
This actually requires NO programming so even powers users could use this tip!