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Autofill most recent text box in repeating table

Posted on 2008-06-17
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I have a drop down list with a rule applied to autofill the value of a text box in a repeating table based off the selection in the list.  This works great for the first row in the repeating table.  As soon as I insert another row, then select another item from the drop-down list it autofills both text boxes in the repeating table.  

How can I set the drop down list to only autofill the last row in the repeating section.  I dont want the autofill rule to apply to every row in the repeating table.
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I've come up with a work around.  The control I was using to fill the repeating text box was outside of the repeating table.  I've creating a new field inside the repeating table and it works fine.  

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