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Using Forms

Forms are probably the most sought-after feature in Acrobat. Use Acrobat to create interactive PDF forms that you can access on a website. Forms are created with data fields to be filled out. Form fields can range from buttons, check boxes, combo boxes, list boxes, radio buttons, and signature fields to text fields. Acrobat includes a Forms palette and Form tools. Forms are so popular because you can save form data within Acrobat Standard or Reader. Your only limitation is that you cannot edit in Standard or Reader. Forms are the best way to get information on your client or from your website.

Creating Forms

When you first decide to create a form, you'll need to figure out the type of data you'll need. After you determine the data, the form fields will be easy to add. Use a design program to create your actual form. When choosing a size, keep in mind the computer screen and how it will be seen. In the design program, create the text, labels, and any graphic elements.


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