I'm sure one of you can tell me a better way to accomplish what I need, but here is what I am trying to do. Attached is a screen shot of the form I am currently working with. What I'm trying to do is hide the bottom half of the form. As you can see from the screen shot, I have my "Bank Information" and "Name On Check" fields inside a panel. I only want those fields to show if the user clicks on the "Create New Profile" button. I can accomplish this by hiding the panel when the form loads, but I don't want a big blank empty space for the bottom half of my window. I can't find anything on how to hide part of a form, so I'm thinking there is a better way.
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