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Importing a web page into the "create a form" tab.Asked by Sunshine100 on March 04, 2016 at 10:37 AM
I have a word document that I would like to convert into a Jotform. The choices are to clone an existing form or pull from a web page. I looked at word help and it said to go into the file menu and convert document into a web page. This resulted in my form converting to a .htm format on my desktop. When I tried to enter that into the create a form tab it didn't work. Is there another way to convert a word doc into a web page so it can be imported into jotform?
From what I understand you want to convert your word document into a jotform.
If you wish to continue though then the only way you can do it is through viewing your generated html page in your browser then copy over the link into the cloned from webpage option. If it works you should see your word document "page" of as a form in our formbuilder otherwise it didn't work and is not something we can fully guarantee.
However, to be up front and honest with you I would moreover suggest that you just to create a new form and then design it how you want it with our form designer or even apply a theme to it. Doing this the other way via importing may not produce the results you desire and you may experience unexpected problems with it possibly.