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Many advanced features involve adding [[business logic]] to your view. Add scripts to your form, triggered for example when users click a form tab or change a value. See [[Rules editor]] and the [[Glossary#Form rules|glossary entry for form rules]] for more information. Or you can review examples of [[Form_commands#Form_rules|form rules related to commands]].
 
Many advanced features involve adding [[business logic]] to your view. Add scripts to your form, triggered for example when users click a form tab or change a value. See [[Rules editor]] and the [[Glossary#Form rules|glossary entry for form rules]] for more information. Or you can review examples of [[Form_commands#Form_rules|form rules related to commands]].
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An example of a form select rule is available [[Form#What_form_is_used.3F|here]].
    
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== Form tab icons ==
 
== Form tab icons ==
 
Each tab on your form can have an icon. This icon is displayed in Woodford and also in the app. To display an icon, select a form tab and on the '''Properties''' pane, set '''Header''' to Icon & Label.
 
Each tab on your form can have an icon. This icon is displayed in Woodford and also in the app. To display an icon, select a form tab and on the '''Properties''' pane, set '''Header''' to Icon & Label.

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