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Nintex Forms

Nintex Forms does not currently offer an out-of-the-box method to print a Nintex Form. By adding a custom JavaScript print button, you will be able to print the form, also Print to PDF are available only with Nintex Forms 2013 Enterprise edition.

In the below example we are using Nintex form standard edition, and we will create a print button to print the content of the form with out printing:

  1. Page header and footer
  2. SharePoint tool bar
  3. Radio button selection filed (or any form fields the not required to be displayed on printed page)
  4. SharePoint default footer item details (Content Type, created by and modified by)



Print Button for Nintex Form Step By Step:

  1. Edit the PO list with Nintex Forms
  2. Add css class name for each fields that will be hide while printing
  3. Go to Print button setting (advance option)print-option
  4. Paste the below code on “Client Click” = ‘none’;
    document.getElementsByClassName(“hide-element”)[0].style.display = ‘none’;
    document.getElementsByClassName(“ms-dialogHidden”)[0].style.display = ‘none’;
    document.getElementsByClassName(“nf-form-line”)[0].style.display = ‘none’;
    document.getElementsByClassName(“nf-form-footer”)[0].style.display = ‘none’;


    • (hide-element) is a css class name for my PO form radio button.
    • (“ms-dialogHidden”) is the class for SharePoint upper tool bar.
    • (“nf-form-footer”),(“nf-form-line”) are the classes for SharePoint content type information.
  5. Save and publish your form
  6. For the page header and footer, go to file from IE menu –> select page setup –> and select empty for header and footer option



Post a comment or contact me for any questions or help that we can provide for you, hope those information are helpful for you,..See you again on new post




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