1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 14, 2013 2:52 PM by Genevieve Laroche

    Adobe Forms Central? or Adobe Live Cycle?


      Our company is currently using fillable PDF forms that are created in Word and converted to a fillable PDF by our company webmasters. Our individual department would like to be able to create the fillable PDF and post to our website to be completed by customers.  After the form is filled out and submitted, we would like the form emailed back to a staff member(s) looking exactly like the form that was filled out with the customers responses.  We are not interested in having an 'response database'.


      What products that Adobe offers do we need -- Forms Central or Live Cycle?


      Thank you --

        • 1. Re: Adobe Forms Central? or Adobe Live Cycle?
          Genevieve Laroche Adobe Employee

          You could create the PDF Forms in FormsCentral. If you have Acrobat XI you can create unlimitted local PDF forms with the FormsCentral for Acrobat that comes with Acrobat Pro XI.


          You then need to open the form in Acrobat and add an email submit button yourself. So instead of using the FormsCentral submit button which would collect responses in the View Responses Table in FormsCentral, this way the submission would send you an email of the fill out PDF form.


          This FAQ explain how to modify a FormsCentral form in Acrobat :