If I have REQUIRED fields on pages which the user does not see because of conditional logic, then what happens when he clicks Submit?
Are the required fields completed in some way on the 'untouched' parts of the form?
If yes, then what value is assigned to those required fields?
If no, then how to interpret 'required field' if the question (or page) is not shown to the user?
If a question is marked as required, but then is not shown to the user due to conditional logic, then it is treated as not being required for the purposes of submit. No value is given to that field.
If I have required fields of types which cannot be assigned a default value, then those fields will appear in the Responses as blank entries. Can you define (perhaps it's somewhere in the documentation already) the way to assign default for each field type?
I will experiment with Page Logic, to add some "checking fields" toward the end of my form.
I want to check with Logic that all necessary fields are completed, and I need to see that "empty" fields can be tested with Logic.
I am creating a form for which people can order supplies from my company. The form is nine pages long right now. Most pages have a section at the top with a Multiple Selection feild type and below are images/descriptions of the possible selections. Some people may only need supplies from the 3rd page, but they are forced to hit 'next' on every page until they get to the last page and ultimately the 'submit button.
I am wondering how I can add a button to the bottom of pages 3-8 that says 'Proceed to end' right beside the 'prev' or 'next'?
Thanks in advance for your assistance
Andrew - this is really basic so it may not work, but if you simply type out options that say - Skip to The End and have a drop down of YES or NO - then set up rules - have it say "IF YES go to Last Page" - whatever number the last page is. I think you can even skip to the submit. "If NO - go to next page". you could actually make the font REALLY HUGE so that they can't miss it.
Hope that helps a little as a work around.
I need help with skip logic and wondering if you can create tables in here.
Andrew - I tried this but I do not get the "Navigate to Page" option. I have created all my pages and inserted the page breaks. I have Adobe Forms Central. Any thoughts?
I have the full subscription and am using the online forms, but the " Navigate to Page" feature is not there. What am I missing?