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Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Ipad Fill Forms

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Can i create a filling form with Adobe Acrobat Pro DC subscription in my  Ipad? Or i need a PC/MAC to create? Tnks 

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Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Ipad Fill Forms

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Jan 21, 2020

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Hi,

 

Yes you can.

 

See here on how to

perform simple edits: https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/how-to-make-simple-edits-on-ipad/ 

 

There is a little bit of limitations though.

 

You will need to become creative on how to use a screenshot of a blank page and convert it to PDF, or, open a PDF file and start applying edits on it.

 

In my case I combined a mixture of three Adobe  apps: Fill & Sign and Adobe Scan to  be able to create a workflow and obtain similar results to what I would  get if this was performed on a PC.

 

However, I am using Android OS in my mobile device and there are different features not present in iOS devices. 

 

But you can see in my slides below a pdf done from scratch using Adobe Acrobat Mobile App with a paid subscription.

 

 

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IF interested more in how it can be done, here are more slides showing some of the steps I've used:

 

 

 

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Above using Adobe Scan.

 

I took a screenshot of a blank page, saved it  to the Picture gallery folder, which I then converted it to PDF.

 

Then opened it up with Acrobat Mobile App and merged this page twice plus I also added a PDF form that I had scanned prior to make the whole PDF into a three page document.

 

Then the editing part was quite easy as it is very straight forward using the tools available

 

 

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