Learn how to take static PDF documents and turn them into interactive forms with Acrobat DC.
- [Voiceover] Hello. I'm Garrick Chow. In this course, we're going to explore the tools and features available in Adobe Acrobat DC for taking your static PDF forms and adding interactive form fields so that they can be completed and submitted entirely on-screen without the user ever having to print them out. We'll see how to add and customize form field items like text fields, check boxes, radio boxes, and drop-down lists, we'll create buttons to add fuctionality that wouldn't be possible on paper forms, like buttons to reset, print, or submit your documents, I'll show you how to set up fields to perform automatic calculations, thereby removing the need for your users or you to do any math, and I'll talk about several options that are available for signing PDFs, as well as how to send and track PDFs you send to others to sign.
Lastly, I'll show you how to take the data you receive from completed forms and import it all into a spreadsheet. There's a lot to cover, so let's get started.
- Exporting PDFs from other popular applications
- Creating text fields
- Adding check boxes, radio buttons, and dropdown lists
- Using bar codes
- Using the Form Wizard
- Performing calculations in fields
- Working with signatures
- Distributing forms