To create a form that has a flowable layout, you must organize the sections into subforms to merge with data. Subforms are objects that act as containers for other objects, including fields, boilerplate objects, and other subforms. They help to position objects relative to each other and provide structure in form designs that have a flexible layout.
4. Type Header and press Enter.
5. To ensure that the Header subform has space above it, make sure that the Layout palette is displayed and, in the Height box under Size & Position, type 4.5 in.
7. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all the items below the table (total to SignatureField1) and rename this new (untitled Subform) Footer.
8. To ensure that there is space before the Footer subform, make sure that the Layout palette is displayed and, in the Top box under Margins, type 0.25in.This is what you should see in the Hierarchy palette if you collapse everything under PurchaseOrder.