In this post, I’ll show how to create a simple List, Nintex Form, and associate a Power Automate(Flow) to convert the form to PDF once the Form is submitted.
Hide Ribbon Buttons in Nintex Responsive Form
The following post details how you can hide a Nintex form's ribbon buttons when it is viewed in a browser, but the same workaround is respected by all versions of Muhimbi’s PDF Converter when converting Nintex forms to PDF. This means you can create clean and uncluttered PDFs from your forms when it comes time … Continue reading Hide Ribbon Buttons in Nintex Responsive Form
Nintex Cloud Xtensions – Muhimbi PDF Online
Nintex Xtensions framework for Nintex Cloud, allows you to create custom connectors to third-party platforms in your workflows. In this example, you will create a custom connector that will help you Convert, Merge, Watermark, Secure and OCR SharePoint files.
Nintex Workflow for Office 365 – Merge all documents in Document Set
In this post I will show how to iterate over multiple files in document set and Merge them together, all using Nintex Workflow for Office 365.
Use Nintex Component Workflows for Office 365 with Muhimbi Converter Service Online
One of the Major differences between Nintex Workflow for SharePoint Server and Nintex Workflow for Office 365 (online) is that the latter does not support third-party workflow actions. This means that, while The Muhimbi PDF Converter for SharePoint on-premise includes a wide array of workflow actions for Nintex workflow, The Muhimbi PDF Converter for SharePoint … Continue reading Use Nintex Component Workflows for Office 365 with Muhimbi Converter Service Online
Use Nintex Workflow to Merge all documents to PDF in a Document Library
In one of my recent project, there was a requirement of Merging all the documents to PDF in a document library using Nintex workflow. If you have been following my blog you might have already come across the Microsoft Flow Merge article, but for this particular customer, it had to be Nintex On-Premise workflow because they just loved ❤ Nintex and they did have Microsoft Flow on-premise connector configured.