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Re: How do I email a specific page
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Excellent Niall, I stumbled on that myself yesterday and it mostly works perfectly, except for one minor detail. I can hide every page from the layout except the first page, when I choose to hide that page with the script it still gets emailed in the form though it is blank. What I really need is for the form to be a single page when it is emailed. I have tried a few ways, is there a reason that the first page can't be hidden from the layout? Thanks.

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Hello everyoneQuick question should be easy for an experienced javascripter. I have a multipage document and I have created a button to submit to email. Below is the code I am using.Please help me with making it so that only the page that the button is on is submited by the email. Thanks in advance. Code: var subject = MainPage.RadioButtonList.rawValue; var myDoc = event.target;try { myDoc.mailDoc({ bUI: false, cTo: 'myemail', // Replace with actual receiver mail address. cSubject: subject, cSub...

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