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Combine Entries of two separate forms
I have two forms (let's call them form A & form B) with over 100 fields each. The client would fill out form A first. Then at a later time complete form B. What would be the most efficient way to combine these two forms into either a third form C or in the second form B. If combined into form B, is it possible to hide the form A data from the user? Basically, they don't need to see this information since they already completed it.
I have looked at this: https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/get-a-value-from-an-entry/
But it would require adding each field individually, correct? Also, I don't see a field which maps the correct form.
Using the embed form is not an option since each form has several repeating sections.
The reason I need these combined is to print out a final PDF of both forms using FormidablePro2PDF.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! TIA!