In this tutorial, learn how to distribute a PDF form or how to send a PDF form using Acrobat XI Pro and the Adobe FormsCentral Desktop app. Figuring out how to distribute forms and then collect and analyze the data can be challenging. With the Adobe FormsCentral Desktop app included with Acrobat XI Pro, the process is much simpler. Learn how to distribute a PDF form or a web form to your audience via email, Facebook, Twitter, your blog or your website. Once your form has been published, it's time to sit back and watch the results roll in. Responses are displayed in a table you can search, sort, and filter. You can also export data to a spreadsheet or database application for further analysis.
Ali Hanyaloglu September 7, 2012
Figuring out how to distribute a PDF form or a web form, and then collect and analyze the data can be challenging. With the new Adobe FormsCentral Desktop app included with Acrobat XI Pro, the process is much simpler. Here is my form design ready to send out. I'll click on the distribute tab and from here I can send my form as a web HTML form with the relevant links. Or I can send out PDF form for others to fill out. Adobe FormCentral takes care of collecting the responses for me once this form has been sent. To view those, I'll click on the view responses tab. Here I can see all the responses I have received so far. And I can sort and filter these as necessary. I can also generate a summary report that gives me a visual indication of how we are doing with our form. And I can export this and share it with others as images in my presentation or as a PDF report. With Adobe FormCentral and Acrobat XI Pro collecting and analyzing and distributing forms is a much simpler process.
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|Acrobat XI Pro|
|Create and analyze forms|
|HTML forms, Online forms, Web forms, Online form builder|