Acrobat Pro XI comes with a Desktop application of FormsCentral that allows you to create unlimited PDF forms. It does not include a subscription to the online service of FormsCentral for creating online forms. You can sign into the Desktop application as a Free user or with a paid subscription to gain additional benefits from the online services.
To create "local" forms that you save as PDF you do not have to be signed into the application, simply create your forms and from the File menu choose "Save as PDF Form". You can further edit the PDF form in Acrobat Pro XI to add your own submit method such as Email.
This is an FAQ on the differences between having Acrobat Pro XI and a subscription to FormsCentral: http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1385
This chart shows the Free, Basic and Plus plan benefits: https://www.acrobat.com/formscentral/en/features/compare-plans.html
So if we are two people who wants to edit the form, we have to have an subscription of online service. Because stored locally it will not be available for the other one.
The problem is to buy the service because our government does not have an creditkart and we have to buy the service private.
By the way. THIS is different from yesterday.
Now there is a new column that says now unlimited pdf forms can be created with formscentral/acrobat XI Pro
This means that I can create unlimited online pdf-forms with my Formscentral with acrobat XI Pro license?
How can I connect my acrobat XI Pro license to formscentral? I already have an account (basic) that i tried Formscentral with
That chart shows the information represented in a different way, taking into account each FormsCentral subscription level with a copy of Acrobat Pro XI. In the first column where it says "Save new PDF forms" = "unlimited", that is still one online form and unlimited local forms that can be saved as PDF, the Free plan includes one online form.
As far as sharing the authoring with a co-author, the two of you could each have one online form you authored and share those forms with each other as Co-authors to collaborate, you can have unlimited forms shared with you by another Free or paid user.