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Adobe LiveCycle check box positioning

Posted on 2011-09-29
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I would like a check box positioned in the center of a cell of a table. It becomes embedded in the cell and sticks to the left. any help with this?
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Richard Daneke earned 500 total points
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In access, if you have a table or a form in datasheet view, the checkbox is centered.
You can 'set' the check box with the mouse, the space bar, and the 'plus key' on the 10-key pad.
You can 'reset' the check box with the mouse, the space bar, and the 'minus key' on the 10-key pad.
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by:Richard Daneke
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The data type for a check box is a 'Yes/No' field.
This is a boolean field and can be set to yes or no, checked or unchecked.
It may help to know that checked, the numeric value is -1; and when unchecked, the numeric value is 0.
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I see this was posted in Access, not Adobe. But I don't need this any longer.  Sorry for the delay.  Points for your time :)
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