The Adobe PDF format is universally used for publishing all kinds of forms online — from school or course enrollment forms to visa applications in countless embassies across the globe. Although the format is perfect in nearly every aspect, when a PDF form is opened in Acrobat Reader, lots and lots of users feel deep disappointment after seeing that their partially completed form cannot be saved and reopened later. And this is not a problem that comes out of nowhere — you may need to save a form if you don’t have time to fill it out right now, if your printer is giving you a hard time, if you need additional information to complete the form and so forth, so it’s a kind of problem that many users encounter on a regular basis.
pdf-FormServer is an infinitely useful tool that will help you save filled PDF forms to your hard drive and reopen them at any time later. The software supports forms saved in PDF files of version 1.5 and below. Newer versions of the PDF format are currently not supported in terms of saving form data. Forms can be saved as FDF, XFDF and PDF files ready to be emailed or published online. Using the program is very simple — start pdf-FormServer, open a PDF form file, type in your data and click either of the two Save buttons located above and below the document. In addition, form data can be saved to a separate file and reloaded at any time!
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