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Im am creating a form with multiple pages in Adobe LiveCycle Designer. On several pages Im referring to a page further on in the form. Let's call it page 40 from 60. Instead of using the "next page button", I want a button on the pages where im referring to page 40 to 60 so I can jump from the page to that page 40 from 60 and skipping all the pages in between.

Is this possible? If yes, which script and object do I need to use?

asked May 16 '12 at 09:14

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Asked: May 16 '12 at 09:14

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