PDF BRIEFING: An introduction to electronic forms. By Simon Hurst

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Form: "a printed document with spaces in which to write"

Most of us come across a range of different forms. Paper-based forms allow information to be entered manually and the form can then sent by post, fax or scanned and emailed. Electronic forms allow information to be entered interactively and, in addition to printing and using the standard delivery methods, enable the form data to be transferred directly or submitted electronically by email.

It is perfectly possible to use Acrobat to convert any kind of existing form to a PDF document which can then be emailed or placed on a website for a user to print out and complete. However, the real power of Acrobat's form design tools lies in the ability to provide a quick and easy, but also flexible and sophisticated, method of producing el...

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