Best Way to Write on a PDF Form in Windows 8/7/Vista/XP

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Best Way to Write on a PDF Form in Windows 8/7/Vista/XP

Postby JerryEdison001 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:05 pm

“I am trying to fill out a supplemental application PDF form. I downloaded it to my computer, but I cannot write on it. Is there any way for me to write on a PDF form? Please help.”

Don’t know how to write on a PDF form? To be honest, to work efficiently in the office, you should and need to know how to deal with PDF forms and files, because now more than 90% of important files are in PDF format. Below we’re going to talk about how to write in PDF forms, hoping it will helps for your job. Well, to write on PDF forms, you need a professional PDF Writer. Here I’d like to suggest you try the recommendable tool – Firstarsoft PDF Editor. It is a complete solution to making PDF writable and editable. Below are the steps for how to write on a PDF form with Firstarsoft PDF Editor.

Write on a PDF form to fill it out

When you need to write on a PDF form to fill it out, after opening the form with Firstarsoft PDF Editor, all the interactive fields will be highlighted. Just move your mouse to the interactive field, click it to write on it. If there is no interactive field, to add text, go to the Inset Menu, click Text tool. And then click on the blank area to add a text block for entering text. After you complete writing on the PDF form, click the Save icon on the top-left of the main interface to save this form.

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Write on a PDF form to revise text and edit interactive fields

If you mean you need to write on a PDF form to revise text or edit interactive fields, then you should open the PDF form with Firstarsoft PDF Editor. Go to the Forms Menu, click Edit Fields to enter the editing mode. After an interactive field becomes editable, click to delete it or double click it to set its properties. After editing, click Close Form Editing to preview the PDF form. To make minor changes to text, go to the Home Menu, from here, select Edit tool. Move your mouse over the PDF form, click the text block to insert, revise, or delete text.

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