How-to: Create fillable PDF forms in Adobe Acrobat X

Posted Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 at 9:14 pm by: JS No Comments  

Adobe Acrobat X is similar to the free and more commonly found Adobe Reader X, but instead of just letting you view PDFs, Acrobat X lets you create and sometimes edit them too. Some PDFs, after all, are not meant to be edited, which is often the point of using the PDF format. However, what if you want the best of both worlds, what then? Luckily Acrobat X allows you to create a secure, mostly un-editable, document with certain fillable and editable fields. Below is a link to directions, provided by Adobe, which explain this process.

acrobatusers.com/tutorials

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