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Posted on 2011-03-07
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I have a Section (group), where I have a set of fields of varying sizes and I want them all the align "vertically" and grow together, when one of them gets big. I was able to do this with just a box and print to bottom option, but I also require some conditional formatting for color (based on a values in the box/field) and I can not find a slot to manipulate the box via a formula?  
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Box doesn't have formula capability.  Can you set the color of each field within the box?
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I found a way to go into the Section Expert, set the conditional colors and hard-set the colors on the non-dynamic components. Thanks
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