Marc Andre Lacas 11/13/2014 8:19:06 AM
It depends on the size of the form. If the form is longer than one printed page, then it is up to the "printing software" for the PDF or for the printer" to decide where to cut the page (insert a page break), and it ends up cutting the form and hiding some of the data (cutting a section in two and putting a header and a footer on every page or messing with the margins). To avoid this, I tought: "what if I could use a first exportation from the form as a docx as a first "draft", then adapt the docx to my needs (insert page breaks between sections, for instance), then I would have a better control on the printed output. Because you have implemented a better control on how forms look and behave in TeamDesk, it becomes almost easier to "design" the Layout(s) of the Form(s) until satisfactory, then output to a "docx" file, than to start from scratch using a blank docx, with a long list of columns... Of course, if it is too complicated or involves too many changes for your team at TeamDesk, I can always create a docx in Word, placing the placeholders/columns in a form that replicates the layout I have on screen in TeamDesk. It is not a mission critical thing, but if I could save time in Word by reusing what I have done in TeamDesk, I would appreciate. PS: First time in my life that I get this level of support for a question like this. Keep up the good work!