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Placing text boxes side by sideAsked by amosella on April 20, 2010 at 01:25 PM
JotForm FounderYes. Right click on the fields and then select "Shrink".
I do not think you have undestood what I meant or i am still doing something wrong. I am trying to put 2 text boxes on the same line. I have used the shrink command and tried adjusting the label and form width settings but this does not seem to work.
Once you shrink, you need to then select duplicate. It will put the second one right beside it. You can add more with more duplicates, but you'll have to reduce the text box side to get them to fit.
Thank you for providing a more detailed explanation, oakwoodsistercity. :)
As this thread is rather old and dates back to 2010, the original posters have likely already figured it out as well. At this time, we also have some guides to help with form field positioning:
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