The PDF version of the form can be filled out in Adobe Reader on Android or iOS and the data entered will be retained while offline. Even if you view another PDF in Adobe Reader, when you go back to Documents and to the FormsCentral PDF it would still have the data you had previously entered, you could either submit that data then or re-enter new data to be submitted when you have a connection.
thanks for the reply. But what about when I want to fill out exactly the same FormsCentral pdf twice during offline? Then I have to save the first one or not?
Therefore I was looking for a possibility to safe the first one, so I can fill out the second one.
Instead of trying to save to a new file after you've filled it in, first create a copy of the blank form and fill in the copy. Do this for each new form that you want to complete.
yes, but how can I make a copy? I have no options at all on my android tablet. I can not save it
On Android you can use a File Browser to locate the form and make a copy, I don't have an Android device handy but I bet someone on the Adobe Reader for Android forum can tell you where the Reader PDF files are located and point you to how to duplicate a PDF: http://forums.adobe.com/community/adobe_reader_forums/android
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I don't have an Android device either, but here's how you'd do it with an iOS device:
1. Go to the list of documents
2. Tap the Edit button in the upper-right
3. Select the file you want to duplicate by tapping the checkbox to the left of the file
4. Tap the Duplicate icon at the top. It's the second from the left
5.Tap the "Duplicate selected document" button in the confirmation popup
You can then rename it if wanted and open it. The procedure is probably similar on the Android version.