Gone are the days where you were forced to print a PDF and manually fill out form fields with your pencil. The PDF form has matured, and there are lots of tools out there such as Acrobat.com, Adobe ConnectNow, and Adobe FormsCentral to help you distribute the form to the masses and get the information into a usable form. Adobe expert Brian Wood shows you the different ways to create and edit a fillable form, with a few tips and tricks as well.
Well, there you have it[md]the basics of setting up a form in Acrobat. While this article couldn’t possibly cover every feature for creating and editing forms, hopefully it gives you an overview of the process taken to get the job done. If you are interested in learning more about working with forms, Adobe has a wealth of information on acrobatusers.com as well as Adobe.com. Here are a few of those links: