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When a form is created from the "Blank Form" template, it contains 4 pages: 



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Start Page - a mandatory page. The main purpose of this page is to inform users what the form is for and provide a button to start the form. No input fields are allowed on this page as the form is not instantiated till the user clicks on the Start button.

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Data Entry Page (named First page) - a page where you add content (information, warnings, prompts, etc.) and input fields. You can add as many Data Entry Pages (

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see Adding & Removing Pages) to a form as necessary, placing them between Start and Submission pages in the order they will be presented to users. Data Entry Page can be deleted at any time.

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Submission Page (named Last page) - a special type of Data Entry Page. This page is mandatory and cannot be deleted. It can contain any information and input fields as any other Data Entry Page but it also has an important function - when users get to this page, Submit button that allows users to submit completed form will appear in the Form Controls panel (see below).  

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Confirmation Page (named Completed page) - a page which displays a message to users when the form is successfully submitted. No input fields are allowed on this page as the form at this stage is already submitted. You can delete this page.


At the very least a form will contain Start and Submission pages. An example of such form would be a simple Request form with few input fields. You can create the form from "One Page Form" template.

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As the form has only one page there is no need for navigation tools. The form has two control buttons - Submit and Cancel. Submit button allows a user to submit the form. Cancel button allows the user to exit the form without submitting it.


For multi- page form

The default configuration for the multi-page form includes Page links at the top, Data Entry area in the middle and Form Controls at the bottom.

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