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By default, your form is set to display all of your fields in two columns. The two-column layout usually helps save a lot of space in your screen so that you can see a lot more fields at one time without having to scroll around.

But this layout may not always workout best for you. In this example, I have three fields that only show up if I put Yes for “Should Bruce Attend”. Now, the two column layout jumps around a little bit and might be confusing for your users.

To help, in the Publish stage of the Wizard, you have the option of showing the form in one column rather than two.

Now, all the fields will show in one line, and when the hidden fields display, they don’t cause so much disruption. Also, the table changes to a new layout where each row can be expanded or hidden.

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