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scrolling region for disclaimer?

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I might have posted this int he wrong spot the first time.  I have a disclaimer that I need users to acknowledge before submitting my form which was built using IP07 on Forms Services.  This disclaimer is quite lengthy so I've been looking for a way to include it int he form without having two pages of disclaimer take up the form.  I thought I could do this with a scrolling region that that functionality seems to be disabled for IP Forms Services.  Is there any way I can do a scrolling region or even some kind of work around?  I cannot just do a rich text box because the default text will not let me do paragraphs inside.  I'd prefer to do this w/o programming.

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