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February 24, 2018
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February 24, 2018
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Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

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Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

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Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

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NOTE: These amounts reflect the monthly subscription for the payment provider. Formstack does not charge a fee to integrate with any of our payment partners.

FEATURES
Authorize.Net
Bambora
Chargify
First Data
PayPal
PayPal Pro
PayPal Payflow
Stripe
WePay
ProPay
Monthly Fees
$25
$25
$149+
Contact First Data
$0
$25
$0-$25
$0
$0
$4
Transaction Fees
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
N/A
Contact First Data
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
10¢
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.6% + 30¢
Countries
5
8
Based on payment gateway
50+
203
3
4
25
USA
USA
Currencies
11
2
23
140
25
23
25
135+
1
1
Card Types
6
13
Based on payment gateway
5
9
9
5
6
4
4
Limits
None
None
Based on payment gateway
None
$10,000
None
None
None
None
$500 per transaction
Form Payments
Recurring Billing
Mobile Payments
PSD2 Compliant

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

Today, we've got a quick tutorial for you about the Formstack Documents Builder. If you need to embed dynamic images into a PDF document, we're here to tell you that it's actually pretty easy thanks to our Document Builder. In this tutorial, we'll cover using the html tag.

Login to your Formstack Documents account, and select "New Document." Give your document a title, and choose the "I want to build a document from scratch" option.



You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. Here's an example of what your tags might look like:

You'll use the tag to add images where you need them. You can embed basically any type of image you want.  You can even use the Google Maps API to embed a map into the PDF! On the settings tab, simply choose PDF for your output.





NOTE: Depending on what you are using for your “src” in the image, you might need to edit the HTML source of the document directly so that the editor does not automatically put “http” at the beginning of the src.

If you're interested in expanding how you use Formstack Documents, check out this tutorial on how you can use data routing to populate multiple documents with a single data source.

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