You can navigate between multiple pages in your form by adding Switch Page buttons. These buttons can be configured and customized to improve the usability of the form.
HOW TO ADD A SWITCH PAGE BUTTON
Under Controls, select the last tab, Buttons, and insert a Switch Page button into the form.
Once the button is added into the form, select the control to view it's Properties. Notice Display button 1 is selected by default and the button is labeled Next. Now you must select which page to advance to under the Page dropdown. In the scenario below, I would select Page 2 in the dropdown so my users can advance to the next page. I could also change the label of the button, but I kept it Next.
You can also add a second button which can be useful if the users need to cycle through multiple pages. Simply select the Display button 2 checkbox and another button will appear in the control, labeled Previous by default. Then again choose a page in the Page dropdown (pictured below within red border) the users will advance to when selecting it. In this example, I kept Previous as the button label, and selected Page 1 in the Page dropdown since I am working on Page 2 of the form.
Note: The Switch Page buttons can be configured to go to any page in the form, they do not have to be in sequence as shown in these examples.
CUSTOMIZING SWITCH PAGE BUTTONS
You can also customize your Switch Page buttons to match the rest of your form. In the Properties of the Switch Page button, you will find Button Style options. Here you can add/remove icons, change the text font, font size, font color, button background color, and the corner style of the button.
(Pictured above: No icons, changed font color, and square corners)
(Pictured above: No icons, changed font, larger font size, changed font color, changed button background color, and round corners.)