Livecycle Designer 8 - Is it possible to have button to clear fields after user has clicked submit by email button so user can reuse form to send another response with different answers?

Users will use form to fill in stats for enquiries so they want to keep form open, complete a form, click button to submit by email, then click another button to clear form, form now ready to accept form's responses.  They dont' want to keep opening form each time form needs to be completed.
Hope you help.
Thanks Sandra

Hi,
Thanks for your response, not sure what you mean by a loop.  I put together
a draft form to show staff in our Knowledge Centre the sort of thing
Livecycle Designer can do.
(See attached file: Library  Request  Form_pub_0001.pdf)
They are currently writing out on form and manually putting into excel to
keep stats on the requests.
Due to current Global Financial Crisis my section does not want to spend
extra money at the moment seeking assistance from our tech heads.  So we
are looking for least work no expense option for keeping stats.  I am a PA
who just happens to have Livecycle program on my computer.
We use Lotus Notes so I thought the staff could save copy of Library
request form in the stationery folder.  The staff using the form want to be
able to do the following:
1. open the Library request form at the beginning of the day;
2. when a request comes in, complete the form and click on Send by email
button
3. click on a Clear Data button to clear all data from all fields so the
form is open ready for when the next request comes in.
Staff are time poor and, as this is only one of their numerous duties, they
don't want to keep going to a location and opening a file which can be very
slow on some days
Each day form may be filled out by approximately 15 staff who may receive
anything from 0 - 4 requests a day.
I am not a tech head so script writing is a deep, dark mystery.  Can you
help using the form above as an example for achieving step 3 above.
Thanks,
Sandra Smith
Personal Assistant
PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia
Office: ++61 (2) 8266 9069
Fax: ++61 (2) 8286 9069
[email protected]
http://www.pwc.com/au
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Subject
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             Please respond to         Designer 8 - Is it possible to have
             clearspace-200985         button to clear fields after user
             0098-481178-2-216         has clicked submit by email button
             [email protected]         so user can reuse form to send 
                 adobe.com             another response with different
                                       answers?                                                                               
if i understand this correctly, you just want everything cleared whena
buttons is pressed?
you can either do it individually:
on button click:
mytextField.rawData=""
or do a loop, using child/paretns..

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