Reduce paperwork. Let your organization automatically convert paper forms to fillable PDF forms that citizens and employees can complete electronically — even on mobile devices.
Adobe® Acrobat® XI makes it easy for your organization to quickly create PDF forms that anyone can fill in using free Adobe Reader® software. Publish ISO-compliant PDF forms to improve citizen engagement and employee productivity. Automated data collection helps eliminate retyping and reduces errors.
Turn an existing paper form into an interactive PDF form in minutes. Acrobat XI automatically recognizes potential form fields and converts them to fillable electronic fields.
|FormsCentral desktop app||NEW Use one of the new design templates included in the Adobe FormsCentral desktop app (included with Acrobat XI Pro) to create a form, or use intuitive drag-and-drop tools to design your own forms.|
|Form distribution||Easily collect all data in one place via email, SharePoint, a shared folder on the network, or the FormsCentral online service.|
|Electronic signatures||Expedite approvals by making it easy for others to sign forms without paper or faxes, even from their mobile devices.|
|Certificate signatures||Integrate form approvals with your organization's existing PKI infrastructure to maintain control while speeding approvals. Acrobat XI certified signatures support international standards, including PAdES.|
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Adobe announces the latest version of Reader, with enhanced tools for working with PDF files.
"Acrobat XI Pro allows much greater editing capability, so that you may not need to go back to those original documents, even for significant edits."
Alan Stafford, October 16, 2012
What our customers are saying
"Using Adobe Acrobat Pro to quickly generate PDF documents and forms that we can work with on iPads enables welfare workers to complete twice as many home visits in a day. We are looking to increase that kind of extended productivity by implementing PDF workflows across our entire organization."
— Ludwig van Dijk, ICT manager, City of Almere