Depending on your workflow, you may be able to break up larger forms into two or more smaller forms. This will make each individual form run more quickly.
How you choose to divide your forms depends on the forms content. In some cases, you may want to make each form section a separate form. In other cases, you may want to divide the input forms from the output form. For example, if you create a wizard-style form, you may include a final page that shows a summary version of the form for print (basically, the traditional paper version). You may find that it works well to create this as a separate form that is loaded after the user submits the wizard-style form. You may also find that few users need to print, so it’s best left as an optional page that the user can load on their own, but that does not appear automatically.
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Exceptions to this practice
There are no exceptions to this practice.