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How to distribute forms with Acrobat X

Learn how to distribute a PDF form or send a PDF form using a network folder or SharePoint workspace (Windows only).

By April 25, 2014

 

How to distribute forms with Acrobat X
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How to distribute forms with Acrobat X

Donna BakerApril 25, 2014

  1. Choose Distribute under the Forms panel in the Tools pane.
  2. Choose Automatically collect comments on my own internal server from the dropdown.* Click Next.
  3. Specify your shared folder’s location (either a Network folder or SharePoint workspace for Windows only) and click Next.
  4. Choose Send it automatically using Adobe Acrobat.
  5. Choose As an attachment to the message to include the form in your email and click Next.
  6. For future server use, save a profile with the server location and distribution settings and click Next.
  7. Enter the email addresses of the form recipients, select the Collect name & email from recipients to provide optimal tracking checkbox, and click Send.
  8. Tracker opens, showing details of the form distribution and responses.

* Distributing forms using Acrobat.com has been discontinued.


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billi

8, 2014-09-16 16, 2014

Perfect! Thanks Thanks

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