This may well work, but is waaaay over my head and confusing. I have no idea if this is something done at the design phase
or something users can do, in which case it's really too much. Right now the form I am recreating (Engineering Change Order - ECO)
is one that we were using created as an excel file. With the excel file, each different sheet has a tab, and they can be copied with a simple
click if more than one of a page is required. The ECO form has several different pages, a cover page, a page to list documents affected, a Bill of Material change page (the most common to be used multiple times in an ECO) and a page for drawings/attachments. The duplication of pages is something that needs to be able to be done by users having Adobe Reader only.
The only way I think it will work (with my very limited knowledge on this) is to create each page individually and then gather them when filled out in a portfolio for distribution and sign off. I will "distribute" the completed forms the same way I am doing it now, putting the filled out form on a server and sending a link to the portfolio to all who are required to sign it off.