Create an Acrobat form and submit data over the Web with Acrobat 8

Learn how to create a form and post it to your website for people to download and complete and then mail back using Acrobat 8.

By Tim Huff – December 15, 2007


In this tutorial, learn how to create a PDF form and post it to your website for people to download and complete and then mail back.

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Lori Kassuba

4, 2015-09-14 14, 2015


You should be able to use the Fill & Sign tool to complete a form except for those forms created using LiveCycle Designer. To find out what program create the form, look under File > Properties.
Also, make sure you completing the form in Reader or Acrobat and not just a PDF web browser plug-in.



12, 2015-09-11 11, 2015

I have down loaded a form which I wish to fill in and submit on line but am unable to fill the form in, what do I need to do to allow me to fill the form in and submit on line.
Thank you

Patty Friesen

5, 2013-02-04 04, 2013

Hi Katherine, Ben and Tamera,

Our web developer has re-encoded the video and that should hopefully resolve the issues you’ve experienced trying to play the video in IE or Chrome.

Please let me know if the problem continues.


Katherine Kozik

4, 2013-01-30 30, 2013

I also can not see the presentation in Chrome.

Hi Katherine,

Thanks for taking the time to write. I’ve forwarded the issue along to our developer. I’m able to video the video in Safari and FireFox but sounds like there is a problem viewing it in IE and Chrome.

Thanks again for your input.


Patty Friesen

8, 2012-11-27 27, 2012

Hi Ben and Tamera,

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I’ve forwarded the information along to our web development team and they’ll look into the issue.


Ben Wilden

7, 2012-11-27 27, 2012

Neither can I. IE does not seem to support this video.

Tamera C. Wilson

2, 2012-10-17 17, 2012

I can not see the presentation.

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