Jul 042012
 
 Posted by on UTC 2012.07.04Wed at 11:44 fillable PDF forms M6NGXX  Add comments

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  1. M33YGV: Title:Get saving of fillable PDF forms

  2. M3KEH0: Definition

    1. M6IIC2: See individual comments
  3. M33Z0T: Additional post history, in order: 

    1. M6NG5H: I create this
      1. M3KNZ6: Why?
        1. M3KO0E: before
          1. M3KOP0: instead of this, what was done
            1. M6IHJD: Was stored as a Gmail draft under subject “Request Pertaining to Military Records”
            2. M3KOSW: reached my limit when
              1. M6NGUO: Realized this information could be shared here and that not too hard.
      2. M3KNXM: by:
        1. M37OOV: on (the most similar recent one=http://1.JotHere.com/3313#M6IGYZ) latest version M6IID8, do Copy to a new draft
        2. M37OP0: then there: created this entry, give this a new ID, then updated content to fit.
    2. M6NGZV: have a fairly usable, releasable version, so 1st publish.

  13 Responses to “Get saving of fillable PDF forms”

  1. Under Linux

  2. Within a web browser

    • Within Google (a Google product)

      • Presently it seems Google only has a PDF viewer (example https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzT5aiw6etU7aTdzZFBuREY5NXM/edit ).
        *This is part of http://docs.Google.com so allows semi-full featured comments (nested to 2 levels with the 2nd level comments being editable, plus 1st level comments can be alternately marked resolved or unresolved with a 2nd level time stamp each time).
        *This allows any PDF to be viewed & searched & copied from, but one cannot edit it including cannot complete PDF forms.
        **To edit the PDF in any way, including form content (so including digital signatures), one would have to, in order:
        ***download a version (typically latest) to a local computer
        ***use a PDF editor (as, for Linux, Evince or Okular) to edit
        ***manually upload a new version (by finding the online document in http://docs.google.com) BUT NOT OPENING IT but rather right-clicking then picking “Manage Revisions”) then “Upload” a new revision.
        ***then delete the local copy (to avoid confusion)

  3. For the next more advanced step in editing, see digitally & visually signing (fillable) PDF forms.