I think what you need to do is make your rating scales smaller. Maybe split a long rating scale into two sections. Would that be possible?
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I too am running into this and it isn't clear how one splitts Rating Scale. Aside this wouldn't ability to put a page break avoid the need to split questions and rating scales? I couldn't figure out how I insert a page break given I need to oncly condier this when exporting out to PDF as page view reigns vs. web view. Would really appreciate any help on this.
Eventhough you distribute your form as a HTML (web) form you can still view the Page View by switching the view with the control in the bottom right corner so you have an idea what the PDF will look like when you "Download the Response as PDF".
Open you form
Go to the Design Tab
Switch to Page View
Once in Page View you might see which content is truncated (if you scroll down you might see a red rectangle over some content)
What you need to do with Rating Scale is separate them in multiple fields.
For example if you have a Rating Scale with 30 rows of questions change it to be two Rating Scale fields with 15 row each. Make sure you export your data first because changing the Rating Scale might delete some columns in your Response Table if you already have gather data.
You can also try to make the font smaller. That might made ehough room for your Rating Scale to fit completely on one page.
Also note that the Page Break you add to the Page View doesn't affect the Page Break on your web fillable form.