Hello, I was reading through the FAQ's and from what I can gather, I can create a fillable form in Acrobat XI Pro, import it into Forms Central as a web form. Hopefully I understand that correctly. So if that's correct, my question is, will I then EMBED that form into my website so my customer can fill it in on their web browser OR will it actually open in another window, like a pdf, and be fillable that way? I have been working with Jotform but this form I need to do is a little more technical and I was wanting to have the flexibility to create it in Indesign or Acrobat BUT I want the customer to be able to fill it in on their browser, not have it open in a separate window.
Hopefully that makes sense.
Thanks for any help you can give.
That isn't really correct. Importing a PDF into FormsCentral does not create a web form. It creates a PDF that submits data to FormsCentral for the collection and analasys of the responses.
We strongly recommend against "embedding" a PDF in a web page, or having the PDF open in a web browser. See this FAQ for more information on why: http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-4142
Wow, excellent information that saved a ton of time, thanks so much Josh!