Completing/Filling in .pdf forms

  ch0pper 13:09 18 Apr 2004
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It seems that I regularly have to complete forms that are posted on finacial websites in .pdf format.

It's simple to print these off and fill them in.

However, is there any way that I could fill in all the required details on screen leaving just my signature scrawl to be put on manually?

Come to that, I have my signature saved to file for use in MS Word for memos.

  Diodorus Siculus 14:53 18 Apr 2004

I don't know of a form filler which works with PDF files, only html pages... but am open to being surprised!

  Djohn 15:33 18 Apr 2004

Not sure of an application that will allow this but yes, some forms can be filled in on-screen and then uploaded back to the originator.

If you download any of the application forms from the Job centre or disability dept. you are given the option of filling in the forms on screen then up-loading or filling in on screen then printing off and posting.

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