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In a multi-page form, is it possible to NAME each page?Asked by marconey on October 06, 2013 at 01:03 AM
This would make it quite easy to deal with these pages when working with conditional logic. I only see the option to "skip to page 1", "Skip to page 2" and so on.... am I missing something? Is there an easy way to remember / manage multiple pages? It would be easier to refer to pages by name / title than just numbers or am I missing something?
Unfortunately, that's the only way to deal with for now. You have to count the pages by pagebreak elements on your form since 1 page break is equivalent to 1 additional page.
Example if you have 2 pagebreak elements on your form, that's equal to 3 pages overall. The main page plus two additional pages.