PDF Diary: The 15-minute online form. By Simon Hurst

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I mentioned on the opening page of my Adobe diary that one of the first things I had done with Acrobat Professional was to create an online order form for my website.

I had already created a form in Microsoft Word designed to be printed and filled in manually. The Word form was quite simple: it included two tables ' one designed to allow for entry of name and address details, and the other with a couple of tick boxes for the user to select the product or products they wanted to buy. I needed to include this form on my website, but rather than force potential clients to print it out, complete it and post it back, I wanted to provide the option to complete it online, and to submit the data electronically.

I immediately thought about looking at Acrobat to see how easy it would be to create my o...

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