The PDF stitch action concatenates a collection of individual documents sourced from distinct locations into a single PDF document. The action takes responsibility for PDF conversion to take place, allowing images and word documents to become part of the concatenated PDF too.
Combine two or more pdf, doc, docx, jpg, gif or png files into forming a single pdf document.
Allows the concatenated document to be named appropriately.
Provides an order to the question set chosen such as file selection.
You are able to set up the three action inputs together or separately within your generated form in any way you wish your forms to be stitched. However, you only have the chance of using each input once.
|Generate Order||Allows the PDF and Word Documents to be merged into a single PDF document; based on the logical order in which the documents have already been uploaded onto the Finish Page. As a result, the order of documents in the generated result will simply be arranged based on the documents which have been attached on Design from top to bottom. Therefore, the PDF Stitch will also process this order into integrating the documents from top to bottom. However, it is also possible to type in the document names in the Text Value box by just adding commas between the document names such as d1, d2, d3, …|
|Question Order||Enables the user to have the uploaded attachments in the form to also be merged into a single document which can be generated by typing in the question order within the Text Value box as you can see in Figure. 2|
|Stitched Document Name||Gives a specific name for the generated document. The given name can also be typed in within the Text Value box. Therefore, it will name the stitched PDF.|
The PDF stitch action has two inputs for sorting, one for templates (Generate Order) and one for attachments (Question Order). Generated templates are always ordered first in the list and then attachments as a group after that in order if specified.
Updated 5 days ago