Validation form design and tabs

Tabs, like groups, help organize related content into separate areas. For example, an invoice has a lot of customer data such as name, address, and unique customer and order numbers. It also has the invoice line items. This content can be separated into two tabs. One tab displays all of the customer data and the other displays the order line items and related calculation fields.

If a validation form is large, the best practice is to split the validation form content into separate tabs. This ensures that users are able to optimize the Validation or Thin Client Validation layout to see the custom validation form and the Document Viewer.