Use InDesign to create interactive PDF forms. In this video, Jeff Witchel shows viewers how to create text boxes, radio buttons, drop down lists, and action buttons to print and email the completed form.

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  1. simone (Reply) on Tuesday December 4, 2012

    can you create a field that allows the recipient to add an image?

  2. Ray Vasri (Reply) on Tuesday December 4, 2012

    Hi. This service here allows you to easily edit your PDF documents.

    You can fill out PDF form, save it, fax it, and email it.

  3. Marcel (Reply) on Tuesday December 4, 2012

    Hi Jeff, Great tutorial on interactive pdf form.
    All works very well except the e-mail button.
    When I click the e-mail button I get a message called: This action is not allowed
    I also noted every text-field has a light bue background color. I have no idea if this has something to do with the error I get
    I followed the tutorial avery step of the way.
    What am i doing wrong?



  4. Kara (Reply) on Tuesday December 4, 2012

    Can I have a combo box selection fill over text boxes with content. As if they are linked together?


  5. Paulo (Reply) on Tuesday December 4, 2012

    Hi, here is what you have been looking for: a free tool to collect and extract data from PDF forms and export it to Excel:
    It’s a freeware called PDF-Collector distributed by:

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