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How to fill in and save forms in Reader and Acrobat X

Learn how to create fillable PDF forms in Reader and check to see if your data can be saved with the form.

By December 3, 2010


In this tutorial, learn how to create fillable PDF forms in the free Reader and how to see if your data can be saved with the form. Learn how to check the document extensions to see if a PDF form has been Reader-enabled to allow other extended features, such as having interactive form fields, allowing typed data to be saved, allowing comments and other markups, and/or adding a digital signature.

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