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Re: Importing an existing PDF to a existing Lifecycle form
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You can keep the instructional pages intact, but you're going to need to add an extra (blank page) to the PDF in Acrobat before importing it into LiveCycle. You will open your PDF as a fixed layout design aka Foreground-XFA. Note the some features will be disabled when using this method.

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Hi,I would start looking at the Pagination tab of your form objects and see if there any settings like "After: Go To Next Page". The default is "After: Continue Filling Parent"If that doesn't help can you share your form so we can have a look, upload your form to Google Docs, Dropbox or similar and post a link in this thread.Bruce

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