ACR 402: Working with PDF Forms in Acrobat Pro

Acrobat Pro is a great way to create forms that you can use to gather information and export it back out to a database/Excel format. You’ll learn about setting up electronic signatures and setting up a basic form.

As your form moves beyond the conceptual into the real world, things will start to get more detailed. Learn about the advanced form field tools and how to use them.

Simple forms take in text information, but advanced forms can actually do calculations. Using JavaScript to do the heavy lifting, you’ll learn how to create a real-world form that does exactly what you expect it to do.

Creating the most beautiful form in the world does you no good if people don’t fill it out. Learn how to use Adobe’s Cloud to distribute, track and report form responses.

  • Adobe Live Cycle Designer Forms
  • Digital Signatures
  • Signing a Document
  • Multiple Signatures
  • Creating Forms
  • Turn on Prepare Forms
  • Introduction to Form Fields
  • Adding Form Fields Manually
  • Styling Form Fields
  • Testing Form Fields
  • Accessible Form Fields
  • Specialty Form Fields
  • Adding Date Pickers, Image Fields and Dropdown Lists
  • Radio Buttons and Checkboxes
  • Required Fields
  • Formatting Input
  • Formatting Output
  • Using an Arbitrary Mask
  • Calculations
  • Adding Values
  • Calculation Scripts
  • Writing a Script
  • Action Buttons
  • Setting the Tab Order
  • Tagging the Form Fields
  • Reader Extended PDF
  • Form Distribution and the Cloud
  • Sending a Form for Input
  • Responding to a Form
  • Keeping Track of the Responses
  • Tab Leaders and Forms
  • Converting Word Form to PDF Form