I have a one page form that is dynamic as the user can type multi lines in a table cell and the form can grow to multiple pages. I would like the user to have the ability to add an instance of the page but the new instance needs to always begin on a new page using the first master page (MPage1), this way the header shows for each instance of the page. However, if any instance of the page grows to more than the one page, it needs to grow onto the second master page (MPage2) where there is no header. If anyone knows how to make this happen, I would appreciate the help. I cant quite get it to work exactly how I want.
I have provided the form at the link below:
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@Kost7 Thank you for your response! I have tried this combination, however, it does not do what I need. When I click the button "Add Page" I need the added page to be placed on a new MPage1 not continued on the same page. It needs to appear as a brand new form on a new page but in the same document. Here is a picture of what your suggestion does, do you see how it starts its repeat in the middle of the page? I need that to be on a new MPage1. The kicker is that if the table expands by the user typing in multi lines in the table that needs to continue on MPage2. I hope that makes sense. Every click on "Add Page" should look like a stand alone form but within this file. If you have any questions, please let me know.