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    Multi-page form (Any)

    This may be a very obvious fix but I'm not seeing it. I have a form that has basic text fields throughout a few pages. The text fields are formatted so that no more than 1000 characters can be input by the user. The problem is that when a user puts in the required text, it moves the rest of the text fields and the form loses it's neat appearance (the paragraph marks after the text box keep moving down as the user enters text thus forcing the next text field to a different spot on the page). Is there a way to prevent this?

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    Re: Multi-page form (Any)

    You could put everything in table cells formatted to have a fixed height.

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    Re: Multi-page form (Any)

    Ah! Good suggestion Hans. I'll do that instead. Thank you.

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