Creating fillable PDF forms in Adobe Acrobat
Posted by Andrew Shenk on 23 August 2012 11:44 AM
1. Start by creating your form in Word complete with a line after each part you want an answer to|
Name:___________ Date: _____________ etc.
2. When you’re done, convert the Word document to a PDF. To do this click File>Save as PDF
10. Click the “Preview” button to see how the final form will look
A. Save the form as a PDF, and distribute it yourself. Others can fill the form out only in Adobe Acrobat, save it as a PDF with the forms filled out, and email it or otherwise return it to you
B. In editing mode, in the top right corner, under “Tasks,” choose “Distribute,” (see screenshot below) which allows you to email your form to respondents and choose to either organize their responses with Acrobat.com, collect responses via email, or collect responses on an internal server. This option allows others to open the form in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat and use a “Submit Form” button in the top right corner to submit the form directly back to you