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    Formal and legal binding forms.

    Asked by Mindy5457 on June 13, 2015 at 12:04 AM

    So I would love to move all my forms to you, and have created a form that is legally binding in Jotform, but I am concerned that if I have to go to court and pull out the document that is emailed to me as proof of their signature and agreements to the terms within that form, that it would be to vague and not really be binding as the email confirmation does not contain all the text that the client agreed to.  Right now we use CudaSign for this.  here is a link to the form we use - https://signnow.com/s/1bfm6qS .  Is this doable in JotForm where the form is actually emailed to me in its entirety rather than just a summary of the questions and answers?

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    Answered by Aury on June 13, 2015 at 11:58 AM

    In order for you to pull out the form to look with all the text included on it, you can go ahead and create a pdf report for the particular submission that you need.

    Please do as follows:

    1 - From the form builder, check the form and click the Submissions button, as shown below:

    2 - On the right side of the Submissions screen, click the gear, and check the option Show Headers and Text, as indicated:

    3 - Generate the pdf report:

    You will get a pdf filled form exactly as the original, with all your customers information.

    I hope this helps.