5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2013 9:24 AM by Josh_Corey

    PDF form

    robroy6

      I'm just looking to get 2 or three fillable pdf forms built for my business. I am a process server and want a "proof of service" and two other courthouse fillable forms created to enhance my business and make it look more professional. I'm not looking for a subscription service in that only the use of these forms is needed.

        • 1. Re: PDF form
          Josh_Corey Adobe Employee

          Hi robroy6;

           

          You can purchase Acrobat XI Professional which includes a FormsCentral desktop application where you can create forms and save as PDF.  This approach would not require any FormsCentral subscription.  You would have the users fill out the PDF and return it to you or you could add a submit button to the form to have the results sent back via email, the data would not be collected on the FormsCentral servers.

           

          Thanks,

          Josh

          • 2. Re: PDF form
            robroy6 Level 1

            Josh, I was hoping to avoid that solution as the cost of Acrobat XI is over $199 and I'm only going to use it for creating 3 to 5 courthouse documents with no need to edit in the future. It's just not a fiscally wise move. Any other solutions for those of us who don't need to make such a out lay for so little a usage????

             

            Bob Kimrey,

            Capital Solutions Legal Services

            • 3. Re: PDF form
              Josh_Corey Adobe Employee

              We don't have a free solution that allows more than one form and the Free account does not include PDF. 

               

              The FormsCentral "Basic" plan allows for creation of 5 forms and you can send them out as HTML and PDF, this seams to be the best fit for your needs. 

               

              You can try out the basic plan for a month for 99 cents and if tha works for you continue at 14.99/mo

               

              Thanks,

              Josh

              • 4. Re: PDF form
                robroy6 Level 1

                I'm needing these forms for inner office use only. Can I create our fillable forms using this plan?

                • 5. Re: PDF form
                  Josh_Corey Adobe Employee

                  Yes, you could create PDF forms using this plan which you can use in a variety of ways.  You have the option to save the form as a PDF with a "Submit" button that submits the data to the FormsCentral servers so you can view it from within your account, alternatively you can save the PDF without the Submit button and can collect the data any way that works for you (email, adding your own submit button etc).

                   

                  Also, using the "Basic" plan where you are allowed 5 forms online, if you did not need to collect the data in FormsCentral you would not need the account to remain active once you had created your forms and saved the PDF forms, you could also save locally the "design file" of each of your forms so that if you need to update them you could re-activate your account and would be able to update those forms and re-save the new PDFs.

                   

                  Thanks,

                  Josh