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    Can I create two submission buttons?

    Asked by j9pers on January 10, 2013 at 10:47 AM

    I need a way to let my clients place their order and either go to paypal OR just submit the form and be invoiced at a later time. For example:  "Place Order" "Place Order and Pay Now"  (Obviously, the wording would be different)

    Right now, I have the option of "Submit" which takes them to PayPal, or "Print Form" which is supposed to let them print and give us the form. This isn't working as they aren't printing the form.  

    I hope this makes sense.   

    Thank you!

    Jeanine Persichini

    Page URL:
    http://virtuallyamazingmedia.com/order.html

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    Answered by jeanettebmz on January 10, 2013 at 12:06 PM

    A multiple payment form would be the solution on that case. You would need to create 3 forms

    -MAIN FORM

    - 2  Payment forms

    One of the payment integration would be a Purchase order (it's on our Payment tools menu) and the other one would be the Paypal form. Both would contain a submit button

    Both would be embedded into FreeText(HTML) fields on the MAIN form

    Then you can create a radio button list  with "Place order"  and "Place Order and Pay". The create a conditional logic:  IF customer chooses the firs one, it will show the form with the purchase order. If it chooses the second one, the Paypal form will appear

    Please take a look at this Point of Sale Template

    You can follow the steps on how to create a basic multiple payment form , which will show how to create the escenario along with the payment integrations and the conditional logics

    Or you can check the guide about how to update the Point of Sale  template 

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    Answered by j9pers on January 10, 2013 at 12:12 PM

    Thank you so much!  I'll give that a try.