Attachment field usage on Unbound form

Posted on 2010-01-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I am sure this question has probably been asked already, but haven't found it.

I have an unbound form and wold like to be able to use the attachment field functionality. Is this possible and if so how?
Question by:Doi7722
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    What's the purpose of using the Attachment field? What are you trying to store in the field?

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    Scanned images (pdf / tif), email messages
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    I see ... I thought perhaps it would be something that could be linked instead of "embedded".

    You can work with Attachment fields via code. I've not done it, but here's a link to a tutorial which may help:

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