All Collections
Document layouts
Customize your document layouts
🎞️ Add terms and conditions to documents
🎞️ Add terms and conditions to documents

Automatically merge additional PDFs at the end of quotations, rental agreements, and invoices generated.

Matthew James Finkel avatar
Written by Matthew James Finkel
Updated over a week ago

When you send your rental agreement, you might always include a copy of your business terms and conditions; or perhaps you send a showcase of previous work with your quotations. 

Rather than adding your documents as additional attachments to discussions, you can merge them with PDFs of documents created in Current RMS and send your client one contiguous document.

Get started

Each document has its own set of attachments. Head to System Setup > Document Layouts and edit a document to get started.

Add attachments

From the document layout edit screen, click the Add a new attachment button towards the bottom of the page, then browse for an attachment on your device.

Attachments should be PDFs. You can save to PDF from Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Pages, and other popular applications.

Add more attachments using the Add a new attachment button as above. Each attachment will be merged with the PDF generated by Current in the order you add them here.

Remove attachments using the red cross button on the right.

When you’re done, click the blue Update document button.

See a merged PDF

PDFs that you added as attachments are automatically merged when you download your documents to PDF – no other steps required!

Find a document you’ve added attachments to and click Download as PDF. Your attachments will be included at the end.

Documents sent using Discussions will include your merged attachments, too.

Adding your Terms and Conditions into the field in your Document layout edit screen?

Use Markdown formatting here to easily add headings, numbered lists and images to your Terms and Conditions.

Need a hand? 💬

Our customer success team are here to help. Just hit the green help bubble at the bottom-right to start a conversation with us. ↘️

Did this answer your question?