In this course, you'll learn how to create fillable, dynamic, electronic forms in both Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat LiveCycle Designer. PDF-based forms are the best way to quickly create and manage interactive, cross-platform electronic forms while maintaining document integrity. You'll discover how to build PDF-based forms from the ground up, including how to set up forms from scratch, and work with existing form files. You'll learn how to manage various form objects, create master and body pages, work with templates, and how to set up how form data should be submitted. From there, you'll see how to distribute your forms to ensure that they work across various platforms and handheld devices.On Request Only - Contact DPA
Duration: One-Day Course
Platform: Windows and Macintosh
Fee: Call for information
We recommend one to eight people for this course.
Adobe LiveCycle Designer is a point-and-click graphical form design tool that simplifies the creation of PDF forms. Form recipients can fill a form online, submit the data, and print it, or print and fill the form by hand by using Adobe Reader.
Using Adobe LiveCycle Designer, form authors can drag-and-drop images and other objects, such as list boxes, drop-down lists, and command buttons, onto their forms. They can design a form, define its logic, modify it to match paper counterparts or meet strict legislative requirements, and then preview the form before distributing it. With LiveCycle Forms you can render HTML forms as well as PDF forms.
Note: PDF Form Creation with Adobe LiveCycle Designer training is only available on the Windows platform.
Users: Creative, Web, Engineering, Finance, IT, Legal, Marketing and Admin Professionals as well as anyone who needs to create, edit, assemble, publish and distribute electronic documents, imagery and illustration.