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    Can I do a multi-Page form where there are two questions and then it goes to the next page depending on the slection?

    Asked by bgrealestate on August 05, 2011 at 01:08 PM

    I got the multi page forms figured, however I am still trying to figure out the

    conditions section for a specific question to

    head to a differnt part of the form

     

    I hope this link will work if your not signed in to see the question

    then depending on the answerr i basically need two forms and

    each question would go to a diff form

     

    http://form.jotform.com/bgrealestate/12161313648

     

    Thanks for help - This looks great so far...And so easy to use

    Page URL:
    http://form.jotform.com/bgrealestate/12161313648

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by NeilVicente on August 05, 2011 at 03:33 PM

    Hi,

    First off, Id like to welcome you and to thank you for the kind words you have for Jotform.

    As for your question, I believe this should be the workflow for your form (view this sample form for reference):

    Page 1  -  Member or Not? (this field should be set as required) If member, proceed to page 2. If not skip to page 3
    Page 2  -  Member area (at least one field should be required) - skips to page 4 after Next is clicked
    Page 3  -  Registration area for non-members, proceeds to page 4 after Next button is clicked
    Page 4  -  Submit Form button (I gave the submit button its own page)

    Here are the conditions that you have to implement to make this work:

    If not member is selected, skip to page 3

     

    After member area is filled, skip to page 4 after Next button is clicked

     

    Just a reminder, print form does not work on forms with page breaks. The reason is that the browser can only print what's displayed in it. Since previous pages of a form are hidden, they will not be included in the printed page.

    Let me know if you have further questions with regards to this solution. Thanks!


    Neil