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I am completing a form, and cannot go to the next section-even though I have pressed the "next button"

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I have no idea what you are working with, but generally when working with a form, if you do not complete ALL sections, you can not advance to the next page. Usually there is a notice at the top of the page that alerts you of the fact.

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