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Distribute Email on 2 ColumnsAsked by doctorsinteractive on September 04, 2013 at 04:48 PM
I want the email coming from the form submission to be laid out as close to my original pdf form looked like. How do I go about doing that? I have attached a sample of my original pdf form.
email professional compose attached
Hello, to achieve your desired result it will be a matter of editing the Notification Email. To do so, I've added the basic steps below, kindly go through these steps.
On the top part of our Form Editor we have our toolbar.
Click on the Setup & Embed section, then click Email Alerts.
Then click on the notification you wish to edit.
On the Compose Email window, you will be able to fully customize your notification email as you desire. You can add, move or remove text and images from the Body or change the Subject Line text as well. On the right you have access to all the fields that have been asked on the form. This will allow you to add fields if you consider it neccesary. They all should be listed, ready for you to edit them the first time you launch this editor.
Do try this out and if you need additional support do let us know. If it is in regards to a topic unrelated to the one discussed above. Kindly create a new thread to post your question.
That looks good but when I compose an email like that, it prints out over 6 pages. I need to figure out a way to format the email so that it keeps the same basic format and alignment as the pdf, this way when printed, it will only be a page or two at the most.
To save more space you can use a 2 column table to distribute your data. This may take a few tries to get your data as you want. But it should allow you to save space when printing, and it's what most comes close to the image you posted above.
If you need additional help, do let us know. Thank you.