CIT Training: Acrobat Pro DC Creating & Managing Forms
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If you are looking for information on how to create a form from an existing file, distribute a form, track form or fill and sign a form, click the appropriate link above. To explore the common questions on forms, click the Forms FAQ link. Following are the three major steps to create a form in Acrobat:
Create a form in Acrobat
If you are looking for information on how to create a form from an existing file, distribute a form, track form or fill and sign a form, click the appropriate link above. To explore the common questions on forms, click the Forms FAQ link. Following are the three major steps to create a form in Acrobat: Step 1: On Windows: On Mac: A blank PDF is created and opened. Save the PDF: In the upper-left corner of Acrobat window, click the Save icon, choose the location where you want to save the file, name the file, and then click Save.
Step 2: The Edit PDF toolbar is displayed. To add a text label, choose the Add Text tool in the toolbar, click at the desired location in the form, and start typing the text. Change the size, color, and style of the typed text using the Format options displayed in the right pane. Add all the text labels one-by-one, and align them properly, so that later you can add appropriate response fields next to the labels.
Once the labels are selected, you can also move them in any direction using the arrow keys — up, down, left, or right. To add a logo or image in the form, choose the Add Image tool in the toolbar, select the image, click OK, and then place it at the desired location. Adjust the size or location of the image as appropriate. Below is an example form with labels created using the Add Text and the Add Image tools.
Step 3: Add form fields to each label Press the following key combination to start the Prepare Form tool: The Prepare Form window is displayed with the Form toolbar on top. Add fields using the form field tools in the toolbar. Delete, resize, or arrange the fields as needed. To add a field: In the toolbar, click the tool corresponding to the field type, or right-click anywhere in the form and then choose the tool.
Click at the desired location in the form to place the selected field. Set the field properties. The field properties vary based on the type of the form field. Click Edit to come back to the editing mode. Considering the example of the Vacation Request Form, below screenshots show it in the editing mode and the preview mode.
Form fields in edit mode Form fields in preview mode Once you complete adding form fields, save the form. For more information about working with forms, see the list of help articles below. More like this.
2 . Convert the file to a PDF.
If you are looking for information on how to create a form from scratch, distribute a form or track a form, click the appropriate link above. To explore the common questions on forms, click the Forms FAQ link. This document provides instructions for Acrobat DC and Acrobat Video tutorial:
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