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Forms results to PDF to email

Hello,

 

I am looking to create a Flow that will collect results from a Form, convert them to a PDF and send an email with the PDF to school staff. 

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Hi Scott,

 

THANKS!

 

I have created my flow to look like the below. Seems to be working fairly good.

 

Flow1.PNGflow2.PNG

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@TCG 

You can use a Forms trigger, Get Reposne Details action, the Populate a Microsoft Word Template and the Convert Word Document to PDF actions to meet your requirement if you have a premium license.  The Word actions are both require a premium license.

 

 

 

 

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Hi Scott,

 

I am looking at doing the exact same thing, your explanation makes complete sense.

 

Could you perhaps share an example of how such a flow would look like?

 

I do have a premium account.

 

Thanks,

 

I agree, I would like to see an example of what this would look like. Thank you.

@Dunizax and @TCG 

Creating a sample Flow now...

Stay tuned

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@Dunizax and @TCG 

Please see my example below.

A few things to note:

  • Here is a link to instructions for creating the Word template
  • Please note the limitations to what types of controls are supported in the Word template documentation (link above)
  • I used an arbitrary names for the files - you'll need to put some thought into the file names
  • Note that I had to put the file extenstion after the file names
  • In my Form, I have three questions with simple text responses

1Template.jpg2Template.jpg3Template.jpg4Template.jpg

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Hi Scott,

 

THANKS!

 

I have created my flow to look like the below. Seems to be working fairly good.

 

Flow1.PNGflow2.PNG

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@Dunizax 

I'm glad you got it working!

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