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how to pass parameter between two html forms

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hai experts,
  how to pass parameters between two html form.

i have one form with a field send what i ever i type in field "send" text i have to receive in second form filed named "gotit"
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Just select in the second form, in the form properties(second tab) formulas inherit values from selected document.
The field gotit give it as default value the name of the field from the first form what you want inherit like  ==> send

That's the easiest way to do this.

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Sloeber
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