Next, we will create an Enter Project Name button which will do by making use of the Add Page via Form macro.
By the end of this section, you should have something that looks like this:
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- Add a Section macro.
- Within the Section macro, add three Column macros.
- Edit the Column macros and set the Width parameter for column one, two, and three to "25%", "50%" and "25%" respectively.
Within column two, add a 1x1 table and color it as desired.
Light blue is used in this example.
Create an Add Page via Form macro.
Set the Prefix parameter to "Project".
Set the Link Text parameter to "Enter Project Name", Source parameter to "Project" template and Labels parameter to "show".