1 Reply Latest reply on May 24, 2013 9:48 AM by Josh_Corey

    Posting a form on my web site.


      I made a registration form in InDesign that I would like to upload and have a link on my web site. Is there any way around having to recreate a form in FormsCentral just so I can link it to a web site? I like my form I created better than the templates. I really like the design and organization that acrobat.com offers, but google documents is so much easier. Any tips on how I can make this work instead of going back to google documents?

        • 1. Re: Posting a form on my web site.
          Josh_Corey Adobe Employee



          What you can do using a paid account in FormsCentral is to use the "Imported PDF Form" feature to Import your PDF form into FormsCentral for data collection.  You would then download the FormsCentral submission enabled PDF and could post that PDF on your site for users to click to download and fill out in Adobe Reader.  When you sign into FormsCentral you could then view all of the responses to your form in the View Responses tab.


          Let me know if that answers your question or you need more information.