In this tutorial, learn how to create fillable PDF forms by setting up the Adobe Acrobat XI interface to streamline the process of creating fillable PDF forms. This summary is excerpted from chapter 8 of Creating PDF Forms for Government by Ted Padova. Follow the link below to download the complete 12-page sample chapter.
Acrobat is a complex application that serves the needs of several industries. You’ll find a wide range of tools from comment and review to professional printing. Fortunately for forms designers, you don’t need to learn all the various features in the program to create sophisticated, dynamic, and complex eForms.
Chapter 8 of The Creating PDF Forms for Government guide explores how to set up the Acrobat XI interface specifically for form designers including the following:
Download a PDF file of chapter 8 from Creating PDF Forms for Government on Setting up the Acrobat Interface for Form Designers.
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