Create a new data page or PDF page

This section describes how to create new ipushpull pages, whether data, PDF pages or pages from templates. You will learn how to:

- Create a new page

- Create a new PDF page

- Create a new page from a template

 

Create a new page 

1.  To create a new page click on the Create button in the left hand toolbar 

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2. If you would like to create a new Data page then select that option 

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3. Options 1: to create a blank data page click on the Table icon from the top right menu. This brings up options for a blank data grid. You can select the dimensions of the table, for example the table in the example below is 5 cells wide by 4 cells high. When you've selected the right size, click the visible grid to bring up the table.

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4. Your table will appear with visible row and column headings. Click Save to create your new page

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5. Options 2: you can copy & paste your data directly from Excel or from another application if you already have data available. Then click Save.

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6. You will then be prompted to add a name for your page and select a folder. Please note that you will not be able to add any spaces within the name these will be converted to underscores "_".

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Create a new PDF page

1. To create a new PDF page click on the Create button in the left hand toolbar 

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2. Select Page from template in the menu

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3. In the menu that appears add a page Name, select the Folder, then under Type select PDF in the drop down. Then click Submit

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Notes

  • You can only create pages in a folder if you are a folder administrator
  • If you try to create more pages in the folder than your package entitles you to, an error will be returned
  • Page names can contain alphanumeric characters and the hyphen and underscore characters
  • Page names are case-insensitive: for example, you are not permitted to create two pages called MyPage and mypage in the same folder
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