Adding Action Buttons to a Form in Acrobat Pro

Adding a Submit Button in Acrobat Pro

If you played along in previous posts then you’ve learned how to start with a form created in Microsoft Word, convert it to Adobe Acrobat PDF, and then recognize the fields so that people can use their computer to enter data in the form and then save the results. Those tips by themselves should save… Keep Reading

Making a PDF Form that Allows Users to Save Data

Saving Form Data in Adobe Acrobat Reader

If you don’t already know it, you’ll quickly run into a basic issue when making forms in Adobe Acrobat: you are using Adobe Acrobat Pro or Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, but most of your users are probably using Adobe Acrobat Reader. The difference is simple: the Pro version of the program costs money while the… Keep Reading

Creating Fill-in-the-Blank Forms in Microsoft Word

Creating a Form Using Tab Leaders and Styles in Microsoft Word

Every office has a need to create a form at one time or another. The old days of using the underscore key are long gone, and now everyone wants to be able to complete the form using their computer. If you’ve ever been tasked with making a form, you know how difficult it can be… Keep Reading