Hidden fields can be a simple and practical data storage that is why this attribute is so important in the development process. Now we will show how to set up this attribute on the control type applications.

First access the field’s properties by clicking on it in the “Fields” folder.

Then identify the “Hidden Field” attribute. By default this option is marked as “No”, so just select the “Yes” option and you’re done! His field will be hidden in a field application.

Simple and straightforward, so is the Scriptcase. Get more into your applications using the resources that our tool provides. Write more, make Scriptcase.

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