I have a document in MS Word 2007 that is a fillable form. I want to save it to Adobe Pro and retain the form fill in capabilities. I just downloaded ADOBE Premier Pro. I would like instructions on how to do this. Thanks.
Which Adobe product specifically are you trying to use? I was ready to move your posting the the Acrobat Creating, Editing & Exporting PDFs sub-forum - http://forums.adobe.com/community/acrobat/creating__editing_%26_export ing_pdfs but then you posted about Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Pro is video editting software so I am not sure how it is related to your inquiry for creating a PDF form?
I have Adobe Download Assistant and Adobe Reader X. I supposedly
downloaded Adobe Premier Pro. I just want my existing MS Word document to
be saved as an adobe file that can be used as a fill in form.
I just want my existing MS Word document to be saved as an adobe file that can be used as a fill in form.
Don't think it's possible. Word forms are just Macro controls, not genuine data fields, so there is nothing the Create PDF Add-in could translate - assuming you are using that. Other than that text is just text, not a form field... Anyway, ask such specifics in the Acro forums.
I moved this thread to the Creating, Editing & Exporting PDFs forum.
Depending on how the word document is formated I believe Adobe Acrobat Professional maybe able to detect it as a form. You can try the trial at https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=acrobat_pro&loc=e n. For more information on Adobe Acrobat Professional please see https://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat.html?promoid=JOLIR.
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