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Help adapting tutorial to create PDF from document

Hi everyone,


I am attempting to follow a tutorial to create PDFs from a spreadsheet that I found here:


My problem is that I am stuck at step 6.  My flow runs successfully, however the tutorial indicates that if there is nothing within the brackets after Row: [] this means that it has not found the required file and I cannot progress.


I am trying to alter it as I need to trigger the flow from Forms instead of Power Apps.  I am using forms to create responses which will populate fields in one specific file and then generate a new PDF of that file.  As the file name and path will not change I have altered step 2 so that I am using the specific name and path that lead directly to my document instead of dynamic content from Power Apps (or in this case Forms)


Is there something I can do to check whether my file is actually being found or not?


Forms Test snip.PNGForms Test snip 2.PNG


Have you tried using a Word template within SharePoint? You can populate the Word template with the Form values. Then you can convert the Word document to a PDF using the "Word Online" connector.


I wrote a blog that covers this. You may need to skip the parts unnecessary to you, but I cover how to use this solution.

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Hi @ShaunSmith ,


You could consider using the features available in Flow to achieve your needs.

If you have obtained the item ID, then you can consider the following methods to achieve your needs.



Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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