Before I started reading the manual, I started saving my tables with answers as tables. Then when I need to reuse the answers I would just go to tables and choose the right table I need and use it for another form. Now that I have read the manual I see where I should have save/loaded the answers to reuse them. My question is why is it wrong to do it as I did? It seems to me to cut out a step. Since when I want to reuse answers your way I have to load a blank set of questions from tables and then go to save/load and load specific answers. When I do it my way I get the questions and answers at the same time! Am I limited to a specific number of tables to save? I hope this is not a really stupid question!! It seems to be working great. I have saved about 8 tables this way, but I don't want to keep doing it if I am going to run into problems later.
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- Everything you need to know about TheFormTool in an 8-minute video
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