Create accessible forms and interactive documents with Acrobat XI

Learn how to create accessible PDF forms or how to create compliant PDF forms.

By Adobe – November 17, 2014

 

In this tutorial, learn how to create accessible PDF forms or how to create compliant PDF forms. Acrobat XI Pro's form creation tools make it simple to create interactive form fields that are accessible to users with disabilities, including those with visual impairments and mobility impairments. In this accessibility guide, learn how to add properly structured fillable fields to a PDF form, set a tab order to control a logical sequence, and add tool tips to fields providing an accessible label and instructions to users of assistive technology.

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Create interactive forms that can be used by anyone, ensuring privacy and independence for all

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Lori Kassuba

6, 2014-11-21 21, 2014

Hi Cindi,

You would use a submit button for this. Here is a discussion that explains how:
https://answers.acrobatusers.com/submit-button-q69011.aspx

Thanks,
Lori

Cindi Bassett

12, 2014-11-21 21, 2014

How do I add an e-mail box where the form can be completed and returned.

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