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    amy.tippins
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    I have a client that has 4 existing forms formatted to be sent to PDF. The Terms and Conditions on the forms & final PDFs has to be adjusted for my client’s new hourly rates. Is there any way to upload a new PDF and hit one button so the mapping is done as is currently? So that we don’t have to remap every single field again?

    #20382 Reply

    admin
    Keymaster

    The best way to update an existing PDF in PRO2PDF is to download the original PDF by entering [SITEURL]/wp-content/uploads/fpropdf-forms/YOUR.PDF

    . Make required changes
    . Do not change PDF field names
    . Do not change the PDF file name
    . Upload the updated PDF to the plugin using the “Upload a PDF file” button on the EXPORT tab

    All mappings will work. If you make any changes to the PDF field or Formidable Fields, you’ll need to adjust the Field Map Layout accordingly, but you DO NOT need to recreate the Field Map Layout.

    Let us know if you need additional support as we remain at your service.

    #20418 Reply

    Amy Thorne

    If you clone a form currently integrated with formidablepro2pdf, will the mapping to the PDF transfer as well with the clone?

    I have a client that needs to make changes to 4 forms on their website. These forms have over 100 data points that are mapped over. The changes to the form needs to be done by Dec 31st, but not live prior to that day. Since the forms are content heavy, I am wondering if we can actually clone them and work from there. Or can copy the mapping instructions for one form and download it and then upload it? I am just concerned as we have had issues before with mapping. Thanks

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