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    Creating PDF forms

    Does anyone know any good freeware for craeting PDF forms?

    Need to send out some information and collect data in a structured manner. Not all will have constant on-line access so the like of survey monkey will not be OK.


    Any help welcome.

    Thanks


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    You can save a MS Word document as a pdf.

    Or upload the document to something like crocodoc.com and then you can download as a pdf.


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    That's not what he asked. As a reader I've been happy with Foxit, but if you want to create forms then it's going to cost (US$95 I think).


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    Quote Originally Posted by PDLM
    That's not what he asked. As a reader I've been happy with Foxit, but if you want to create forms then it's going to cost (US$95 I think).
    I use it Foxit for a reader - not bloatware, fast and tabbed viewing. Doesn't support embedded 3D files though.

    What do you recommend for forms, have you used the Foxit paid version?
    Last edited by East_coast; 04-09-2011 at 08:59 PM.

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    I don't know to be honest - I don't have any reason to be creating PDF forms. There is a 30-day free trial available on the Foxit paid version (presumably with some limitations).


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    I previously used cutepdf before. Never had any problems with it and it is free.

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    Again, he's not asking for a PDF reader! He's asking for something that lets him create PDF forms. The version of CutePDF that does that is NOT free as far as I can tell.

    Last edited by PDLM; 04-09-2011 at 09:22 PM.

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    Here's a free fully functional PDF maker...

    Don't steal it though please, just download a copy okay?


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    Perhaps the OP was looking for "legally free" rather than theft?


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    Perhaps....... actually I spend a lot of money on legal software, DVDs and music every month, I'm just seeing if I can catch a cat!

    I don't think anyone who has the ability to use and install cracked torrents doesn't know about the Pirate Bay and other less conspicuously named download sites..


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