My mistake, I did not notice you where on a “delete mode” on your screenshot.
I think it could be interesting to add a “printReport” column, that you set as a first column on your view.
Then, on the same view, set this one as a “quick edit” column.
Here is a video explaining, step by step, how to do that:
(I made an error at interrupting too soon)
Here is the result:
Just to summarize, the main steps are:
add a Yes/No column “Print Report” column on your main table
create a BUTTON table with a yes/no column
create dashboard with your button view and the report view
(this report view view should have the Yes/No column as a 1st column, I use a slice for it in order to avoid any mistake from users) allow quick edit on report view
create a classic ON/OFF/Grouped action for firing report, based on BUTTON table
create Workflow based on BUTTON updpate
use the Report section to generate a PDF template for your report
copy/paste reference to your template, into the workflow
I made a few change to preserve some sensitive datas and set it in the portfolio as PF_PrintReport, so that you can look under the hood
Let me know if that helps