Estimate templates. Is there a way you can have 2 pages in a template?

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I can customise the estimate template but I want to add a second page with generic information for every customer to go with every estimate and it will not fit on the first page with estimate information, so I need a second page.  Can this be done?
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Rebecca

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Matt Boakes

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do you mean for printing or not? because if you just keep adding lines and more information it will just automatically create more pages when you print or create a pdf etc... 2 or 3 if you want.
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Yes I do want it to print and your right that if I add more lines to estimate it will print over 2 or 3 pages, but I would like the template to have a second page just with general information so even if I only add one line in the estimate the second page will still print general information on the process if proceeding with estimate.
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Hi Rebecca.

This is a purchase order I created for a scrap metal dealer.  The top half of the form is just a standard purchase order.  The bottom half of the form is an image file.  

This concept may suit you.

Graham Boast  0409317366
Reckon Accredited Consultant
graham@reckonhelp.com.au

 
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That is a great idea.  But could you set that template to go on 2 pages if you want too?  If you added extra lines to that in description would that then push the image file to the second page as that might work for me?