In one of my previous blog post, I created a Flow to Merge Multiple documents into Single PDF. So the question may arise in your mind as to why am I writing another blog post on Merge? This post shows how to use the Muhimbi REST API and the Microsoft Flow HTTP action which will … Continue reading Merge SharePoint documents using Microsoft Flow or Azure Logic Apps
In one of my previous blog post, we created a Flow to Merge Multiple documents into Single PDF. In this post, we will do perform an opposite action i.e. Split up an existing PDF file into multiple files containing 10 pages each. This is quite a common scenario for organisations that deal with massive documents … Continue reading Splitting PDF Files in Microsoft Flow
Microsoft Forms provides us with quick and easy way to create surveys, quiz's etc. The response to these Forms can be saved in SharePoint list or sent over email but how can we save the responses as a PDF in SharePoint Online document Library? In this Blog, we will use the Muhimbi "Convert HTML to PDF" Microsoft Flow action to Convert the Microsoft Form response to PDF and save it in a document Library.
One of the most common features of professional documents is the table of contents (TOC). Muhimbi PDF Converter provides excellent support and feature-rich facility that gives you full control over the generated TOC, from start to finish. In this post we will focus on generating a Table Of Contents via Microsoft Flow. Please make sure … Continue reading Table of Contents generation for PDFs using Microsoft Flow
SharePoint allows the List Item Data Entry Form to be customized using PowerApps, InfoPath, Nintex Form etc. However, data filled out using this facility is not stored as 'real' forms and therefore converting it PDF has always been a challenge. In this Blog, we will use the Muhimbi "Convert HTML to PDF" Microsoft Flow action to Convert the list item to PDF.
In this example, we’ll create a simple Flow that can be triggered using a Button from the SharePoint Online list item customized in PowerApps. Once the button is clicked, the list item will be to converted PDF and the generated PDF is written back to the SharePoint Document library.
In my previous blog post, we created a Flow which can be manually started on a document in a SharePoint Online document Library or List. In this blog, we will create a button using column formatting which will launch a Flow on that item.
In this example, we will create a Flow which can be manually started on a document in SharePoint Online document Library. Our Flow will get a file content from a SharePoint document library, Convert it to PDF, Add a Text Watermark to the PDF and store generated PDF back to SharePoint document library.
Email communication is the lifeline of every business. But managing an email archiving solution can be a tricky and time-consuming process. In this Blog, we will automate the process of archiving\converting incoming emails including all attachments to PDF and storing them in a SharePoint Document Library. There are many reasons for building a Flow like … Continue reading Archive incoming emails in PDF format using Microsoft Flow
Whether your data is a simple Excel spreadsheet or a collection of cloud-based and on-premises hybrid data warehouses, Power BI helps unify data from many sources to create interactive, immersive dashboards and reports that provide actionable insights and drive business results.
In this walk-through, we'll create a flow that runs once a day and automates the process of delivering a PDF version of the Power BI reports\dashboard.