This element allows you to break large forms into several pages that are recognized as a single document. Pages must always be top-level elements in the form hierarchy and cannot be included into other elements.
Page element does not have a visual representation and is only used to organize form content.
Generated pages are marked with a special QR code that is automatically added to their margin, even if you do not use the barcode element. This QR code is used as a page identifier and allows the recognition engine to treat multiple scanned images as one form.
- Even if a printable form is split into multiple pages, it will have a single recognition pattern (.OMR) file.
- If you do not add the page element, the entire content of the form will be placed on one page.
- At the moment, new pages are not automatically created, even if the content does not fit on one page.
The element declaration begins with
?page= statement and ends with
&page statement. These statements must be placed on separate lines.
Allowed child elements
All, except for other page elements.
?page= ?text=Biology Quiz: Plants font_size=16 font_style=bold ?empty_line= ?answer_sheet=Plants columns_count=3 elements_count=90 answers_count=5 &page ?page= ?text=Biology Quiz: Animals font_size=16 font_style=bold ?empty_line= ?answer_sheet=Animals columns_count=3 elements_count=90 answers_count=5 &page