PlatoForms User Guide
  • Form Builder

    Creating an Online Form for an Existing PDF

  • Custom Domain

    With Builder you can build three types of forms: online web forms, online PDF forms, and master forms.

  • Master Form Builder

    you will arrive at the Form Builder. On the form Builder, there are three main sections:

Intro to PDFs & online forms

What’s PDF?

PDF, which stands for “Portable Document Format,” is a file format developed by Adobe Systems in 1991. It’s used to present documents, including text and images, in a way that looks the same on any device or platform. PDF files are widely used for sharing documents, forms, brochures, and presentations digitally. They maintain the original layout and formatting, making them reliable for consistent viewing.

PDFs can include text, graphics, images, and interactive elements like hyperlinks and form fields. They also offer security features like passwords to control access and prevent unauthorized editing. PDFs have become a standard and essential tool for sharing and collaborating on documents in various settings.

What’s online form?

An online form is a digital form that is created and accessed through the internet. It allows users to input and submit information electronically. Online forms are commonly used for various purposes, such as filling out surveys, job applications, registration forms, contact forms, and more.

The key difference between an online form and a PDF is their format and accessibility. Online forms are typically hosted on a website or a form-building platform, and users can access and fill them out directly through their web browsers. They do not require any additional software or tools to be filled out.

On the other hand, PDFs are a file format that preserves the layout and formatting of a document, making them ideal for sharing and printing. PDF forms are typically created using software like Adobe Acrobat and need to be downloaded and opened using a PDF reader to be filled out.

Why you should convert to online forms?

PDFs have undoubtedly been a game-changer for document management, but they aren’t without their challenges. Editing and converting them can be a hassle, not to mention the compatibility issues on certain systems.

That’s where PlatoForms steps in! With PlatoForms, you can effortlessly convert your PDF forms into user-friendly, online fillable formats. Experience the ease of editing, sharing, and collaborating on forms like never before.

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