Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Distributing forms and collecting data via acrobat.com, part of Learning Acrobat X.
One of my favorite ways to both distribute and collect forms is using my …Acrobat.com account. An Acrobat.com account is free, and all …you need to create an Acrobat.com account is an Adobe ID, which is also free. …Let's take a look at how this works. I'm beginning this video with the …form_info_acro.pdf file open on my computer. …And this file can be found in the Forms folder inside of the Project Files folder. …To begin, I'm going to click on the tools task pane, and I'm going to come down to …the Forms panel. And once again, I'll choose the …Distribute Option. And you'll see that I do have three …options listed in here, one to collect forms using my email inbox, one my own …internal server, and the first one using my acrobat.com account.…
That's the one that we're going to use in this video. …And as you can see, the way that this works is it distributes the link to …anybody that you include in the recipients field. …They respond to it. But instead of sending the response to …your email inbox, it's actually going to store the response on the Acrobat.com …
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