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(MUSIC) Hello, I'm Claudia McCue, and together we're going to explore Acrobat forms. Now it might seem a little bit odd. I actually think Acrobat forms are fun. I think you're going to find that it's easier than you might think to bring a static page to life by adding text fields, radio buttons, drop down lists, clickable buttons, calculations, and more. And I think you'll be surprised by how much you can do with Acrobat's built-in form tools, without ever writing any code.
Now whether you want to use a form to solicit sign-ups for a user group, or get information from attendees for a seminar, take orders for products, or something else. Acrobat 11 Pro gives you a really rich set of tools for creating forms. In this course, you'll see that you can distribute your Acrobat forms as email attachments, host them on your own Internet, or a website, or distribute them through Adobe's own Form Central. And you have multiple options for capturing the data that's entered into those forms. So come on, and let's go find out just how easy it is, to create great interactive forms, in Acrobat 11 Pro.
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