Open the form you created
Click on View Responses
Click within a cell, within the record you wish to print.
In the header area of FormsCentral - click on 'Save as a pdf'
This will import that data record into your form and create a pdf document of the whole, which you can then download and save as you wish.
Thanks but have already done that. Problem is after I email the PDF document to my client and they email it back completed, in order to read the information I have to click on every box to see the info and scroll in the mini-text fields. Very inconvenient.
Are you emailing the pdf back and forwards - not using FormsCentral?
Are you using ADOBE Acrobat Reader or some alledgedly compatible pdf reader?
Are you using iPad or computer both ends?
Yes emailing back and forth - the forms central readout does not fit my need as all collected info must be kept separate for a research study.
I'm using acrobat pro
Computer both ends. My end is what I'm concerned about. My final product is difficult to read with all the clicking and scrolling to see imput.
My guess is the filler is not using Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader (or Adobe Reader for Mobile) when they fill out the PDF. Ask your filler to use the free Adobe Reader to fill out the form and you should see all the data correctly in the PDF on your end.
Okay I'll give that a try. Thanks.
So if the filler has Adobe I don't have to click on the boxes to read the content but the multi-line text boxes still have to be scrolled.
Seems like there should be some sord of read mode that expands the multi-line text box.
That is correct. You would have to make the box bigger in your form and maybe restrict the number of characters if you want to be able to see the whole content. This is the behaviour of PDF forms.