Looking at a finished PDF


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Looking at a finished PDF

Let's take a quick look at a finished form and see how it's laid out, this might give you some ideas about building your own forms. At the top of the form, there is some information about why they'd want to fill out the form, and you notice these numbers at the left, sort of leads the user to do the right thing, fill out their Contact information, what they like to donate so forth and so on. It's very clear there is a lot of open space, there is plenty of space for them to put their names, etcetera. At the bottom there is a separate area for Method of Payment, little area for Signature, so forth and so on. This replicates a real world printed, paper form, and so it's familiar to users who have used it before, but for somebody who is just coming at it fresh, it's really obvious what the user ought to do.

And it's sort of ironic that when you are designing interactive documents of any kind, whether it's PDF form or even HTML web pages, it's up to you to m...

Looking at a finished PDF
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Looking at a finished PDF provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Acrobat X: Creating Forms

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Business
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Acrobat
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