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Version: v6

Formium Universal Template: How to Install and Configure

When you need a PDF that looks just like your form layout, Formium is the best template for the job.

Formium is a premium PDF template designed to replicate the layout of your form. You can be purchased from our PDF Template Shop. This guide will walk you through installing and configuring Formium to its full potential.


As a Universal PDF template, Formium can be used with all Gravity Forms and will correctly display any official Gravity Forms fields. Because the design is a fixed two-column layout, Drag and Drop columns are not supported.


Please follow our installation guide, which provides instructions for setting up and configuring your premium template.


All PDF templates have common settings that can be configured, such as font, security and PDF attachments, and we recommend reviewing the PDF setup guide to get a better understanding on all the available settings. All template-specific configuration is done from the Template section, and below you'll find detailed information about each option available in Formium, what it does and how it alters the generated PDF.

Main Heading

  • The main heading is included at the very start of your PDF, before any other content. Merge tags are supported.
  • Leave the field blank to disable.

Field Background Color

  • Set the background color used in the form data blocks. The default color is Gallery (hex #EEEEEE).

Field Color

  • Control the font color of the form data blocks. This overrides the font color set in the Appearance section.

Additional Settings

Along with the options specific to Formium, the following core settings are also supported:

Formium comes bundled with Arimo, an open source Google web font (Apache License, Version 2.0). Arimo is an innovative, refreshing sans serif font that works great with Formium at 10pt. Set the PDF font in the Appearance section.

Viewing PDF

Once you've saved your new PDF, you can view it from the Gravity Forms Entries List page.