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    Jeff

    Settings for address field

    I can’t figure out how we’re supposed to use this field. I have the field ID in square brackets like shortcodes. But the PDF just prints exactly what I have…it does not import the address data. If I choose “no formatting” the street address will come through but not city, state, zip. How do I get the full address to print.

    This is what is printing in my PDF:

    My PDF

    #10472 Reply

    Jeff

    Ok so the images didn’t embed correctly and I can’t edit the above so here you go:

    My PDF

    #10930 Reply

    Jeff

    Any feedback on my question? It has been 3+ weeks.

    #11051 Reply

    admin
    Keymaster

    Unbelievable! We apologize for the delay in answering your request, we are not sure why this was sent to spam, however, we have found and fix the support request message.

    You’ll need to use the field name ‘guides’ that are provided to you when you choose the “Address” format…
    FOR U.S. and OTHER ADDRESS
    [line1]
    [line2]
    [city] [state] [zip]

    FOR INTERNATIONAL
    [line1]
    [line2]
    [city] [state] [zip]
    [country]

    In the future, if you do not receive a response within 12hrs please send an email to support AT formidablepro2pdf DOT com for immediate attention.

    We remain at your service.

    #11832 Reply

    Julian

    Hi there,

    I found a better way to deal with address-fields.

    1. Make a repeatable section out of the address fields you want to map.
    2. Hide the “add-button” by using css as shown here: https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/css-examples/#kb-limit-rows-in-repeatable-section
    3. Now you can use the repeatable type in the formatting options in the field map designer to style the address-block(s) in your pdf as you want to.

    Greetings

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