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Concat expression error

I converted my .PDF into HTML Text.

Copied HTML text into Concat('....').

I am having problems with the <span></span> tag

Some of them work, others give me the expression error and i can't figure out why

I need it to make a form so the input goes into the HTML and then converts to .PDF


If anyone has an idea on how i am able to get the Concat tag to accept the <span> tag please let me know!


The full .PDF Html code is attached

this is the First line where the errors start to appear


<div style="position:absolute;left:355.33px;top:292.44px" class="cls_005"><span class="cls_005">New Customer:</span></div>

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Re: Concat expression error

Hi @Keegantai,


What is the error message when using Concat () function in your formula?


The Syntax for the Contact () is:

Concat( Table, Formula )
Table - Required. Table to operate on.
Formula - Required. Formula to apply across the records of the table.

Besides, for the <Span></span>, would you please share more details here about the issue?


Further, It seems there are some problems with the attachments, the current posts didn't contain any attachments or images that could show the The full .PDF Html code.

It would be much appreciated if a new one could be uploaded again.




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Re: Concat expression error

Concat(' *HTML CODE* ') is how I am using Concat to create a pdf with the "Flow" Function. Then I am putting in the datacards that coordinate to the correct input from the form app

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Re: Concat expression error

The error is just the simple wrong expresstion

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