While capturing data in a form in some cases extra pages with designated fields need to be added. For example, more photo fields should be added to the inspection checklist.
We can suggest to you several ways how to duplicate pages in a PDF form:
1. In the Fluix app, you can copy pages on the go on the iOS device. Here is a separate guide on how to do this.
This duplicate function copies a source page and inserts it into a document after another specified page.
Note: You will need an Adobe Acrobat Pro license. This function is developed by Fluix and won’t be available when working with the document in Adobe Acrobat or any other PDF editor.
Step 1: Open your PDF form in Adobe Acrobat, choose the Prepare Form mode and click on the button as shown below:
Step 2: Having clicked on the button, drag it to the designated place in your form and specify its field name in the popup (the name will be shown to you only in the Adobe Acrobat, while it won’t be displayed to the app users in Fluix):
Step 3: Click All Properties to proceed with configuring the actions for this button.
var sourcePageIndex = *page number*;
var pageIndex = *page number*;
The index value of the pages starts from 0, i.e. the first page of the document = 0, the second one = 1, the third = 2, and so on. If it’s needed to insert the copied page before the first page, the index value should be -1.
Step 5 (optional): To inform the Fluix app users about the action this button performs, go to the Options tab and select whether you would need to add a Label or Icon to the button.
Step 6: Once done, click Close, save changes to the PDF and upload it to the storage folder that is used in a workflow.
Users in the Fluix app will be able to add pages with a click of a button:
In case of any questions feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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