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TOPIC: Page break and field ordering

Page break and field ordering 2 years 8 months ago #37985

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I cannot be this stupid...but something is not working.

Seems I have to order my fields now on the Grid Layout...no problem.

However, when I create a page break and then try to put that BETWEEN 2 fields, it doesn't work.

When moving regular fields around, I can dock them whereverI want. But when trying to dock a page break option whenever I want, I can't. It either goes up to be before all the fields or after all the fields.

What am I doing wrong?
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Page break and field ordering 2 years 7 months ago #38098

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Reading this because I'm having the same issue. How do you move a page break? Or are we required to move every field to the new page after creating the break? Bloody stupid if this is the case.
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Page break and field ordering 2 years 4 months ago #38328

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I'm also having the same problem - glad I'm not as stupid as I thought!

Does anyone have a solution to this?
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Page break and field ordering 1 year 4 months ago #39339

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I also need to move the page break to another area. How can we do this? Please Help
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Page break and field ordering 1 year 4 months ago #39343

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Hello,

The Pagebreak element will have its own exclusive area and can't be placed within the same area you have other form fields. This doesn't however require that you add fields in a particular order nor is this something that can't be changed later on. You'll basically need to:

- add a new row and split your fields into different sections so that you can place the Pagebreak in-between.

- when adding the Pagebreak element to your form, this will have its own separate row.

- move the row of your Pagebreak element between your field sections as desired.

Details on utilizing the Grid Layout can be found here.
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Last Edit: 1 year 4 months ago by adrianp. Reason: better explanation
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Page break and field ordering 4 weeks 18 hours ago #40687

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If anyone else is having the same issue, here's how I fixed it:

1. I had already included 10 fields on the form
2. I realized "oops" maybe I should put a page break so it isn't too long.
3. I added a page break.
4. It went to the bottom of the page. What to do? How do I get it IN BETWEEN field #5 and #6??

Answer:
1. In the section where I just created a new page break (and named it NEXT), there's a option to ADD NEW ROW.
2. Make it a single column
3. Drag fields 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 from the top section to this bottom section
4. Now you have a NEXT button after field #5 and before field #6.
6. If you want another page break after field #10, just add one then.
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