creating calculations or scripts to enhance your form, be aware
of the form design object and variable names on your form. In general,
avoid using the names of XML Form Object Model properties, methods,
and objects for form design objects and variables. Using XML Form
Object Model property, method, or object names can result in calculations
and scripts not executing properly.
For example, if you create a new text field named x within a
subform object named Subform1, you access the text
field object using the following syntax:
However, subform objects already have an XML Form Object Model
property named x that represents the horizontal
position of the subform on the form design.
To avoid naming conflicts, you need to choose field naming conventions
that differ from the XML Form Object Model naming conventions. For
example, you can use any of the following field names for the text
field in the example above:
information and a list of the XML Form Object Model property, method,
and object names, see Scripting Reference.