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is there a way to include a document within my form that clients can open and see if they wish but is not visible otherwise?Asked by jannamcgaw on June 30, 2016 at 11:53 PM
I have a long document (a HIPPA Policy) that I don't want my clients to have to wade through unless they specifically choose to. Is there a way to do this?
As far as I understand from your thread, you want to add the document to your form and you want to show it based on condition. It is possible with creating show/hide conditions
First of all, you can add your document with our PDF Embedder widget so you can embed and display pdf files on your form.
After that, you will create a condition as you see below:
Here is how it works on my side:
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