Creating a PDF version of a web form that makes use of skip logic

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    Asked on October 28, 2015 at 03:17 PM



    i wish to make a fillable pdf version of my form for people who might experience issues completing the online version,  how would i do this and what will my form look like as it makes use of features that are not supported by pdf forms.

    such as: skip logic, page breaks, hidden fields, widgets, integrations etc.

    Also how are the pdf form submissions managed?  I make use of google drive submissions and google spreadsheet.


    also can you tell me with the online version what happens to the file uploads when integrated with google spreadsheet, whilst i can see the file path i'm not entirely sure where that is?  is it possible to make this a link?




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    Answered on October 28, 2015 at 06:03 PM

    Please do note that the fillable PDF is a lot more limited than what you can do on the form, so many of the features that you have mentioned will simply not work on the PDF.

    My suggestion is to check out the following guide: Fillable PDF - Everything you need to know about Jotform fillable PDF creator

    There are many common questions found on it as well as the answers for the same, so I always recommend it as a good starting point.

    If you happen to have any further questions please do however let us know here and we would be happy to assist.

    Now since we can assist with only one issue / question per thread, I had moved your other question in regards to uploaded files and Google Spreadsheet integration to a new thread here: which we will be replying to shortly.