This may well be the solution. Note that you have to be very careful with the “make it an option” answer to a design problem though. It always appears like a great idea when you look at the issue in hand. But it has a cumulative negative effect on the system as a whole. The system becomes complex and lacking in cohesion. Flags, especially, have a multiplicative effect. In this case, something as simple as making a screen shot of what the summary screen looks like becomes an exercise in interior decorating. At some point, someone puts our system beside some other system that “just works”, and we are left with an implicitly inferior product.
Not that this is necessarily all the case with this issue. But it is late in the day and I have to do my “flags are bad” rant every once in a while.