PDF Maker Pilot is specially designed for making PDF documents and fillable PDF forms that can be filled out using free Adobe Reader.
PDF Maker Pilot registration is also included in the Form Pilot Office license.
PDF Maker Pilot's features
Full list of form-making and form filling features...
Making PDF form, you can use the following drawing objects:
* Text lables
* Fillable fields
* Check boxes
* Radio buttons
* Arrows and size arrows
* Lines, freehand lines
* Rectangles, ellipses, polygones
How to make PDF forms
1. Create a new blank page or get the image of an existing form (PDF, HTML, DOC, XLS, TXT, etc.) in the PDF Maker Pilot program window to use it as a background for a new form.
2. Add tables, pictures, text labels, fillable fields, checkboxes, and draw graphic objects and arrange the newly-added objects on the pages of your form.
3. Click File - Save as PDF Document.
Now you can open the generated PDF form using the free Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat and fill text fields, check checkboxes, and print it.
Creating forms for customers
You can use PDF Maker Pilot for creating forms for customers. You create fillable PDF forms. Your customers can fill your forms and print out them using a free PDF reader, such as Adobe Reader. Using a PDF reader that supports saving the filled forms, your clients can save the filled forms and send them back to you. For example, Foxit Reader allows you to save changed PDF documents as opposed to Adobe Reader that does not allow that.
Changelog for this release:
# Some bugs were fixed.
# Added setting the orientation and the sizes of each page.
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7