PDF sales order form help advice/help needed

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I need in a fill-able order PDF form created for a client. Just to give you an Idea of what I am needing. I would need to have a signable or have a submit button on the form that would send the form info that a client fills out to an assigned email address. The information is basically name, address, credit card information, company logo, etc.

Any help with resources or pointing me in the right direction is welcomed and appreciated!!

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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    To the best of my knowledge, although there are many good pdf write programs the only one that will let you create editable forms is the real thing, that is, Acrobat writer.

    I'm sure there are Warriors that have real Acrobat writers who would be willing to work with you on creating a form.

    Why not post a want ad in the proper section of the forum, I.E. Classified or Warriors wanting to hire you etc.

    This thread may even get you some PMed offers.

    My Best,

    George Wright
    "The first chapter sells the book; the last chapter sells the next book." Mickey Spillane
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    • Profile picture of the author Kev Stevenson
      I think George is right (George Wright... geddit...)

      If the form is to be included on a web page, you can use some html
      to create input fields and a submit button etc


      I would be very wary of sending unencrypted credit card info via email...
      but maybe I'm just paranoid... but then again maybe not

      Best Wishes,
      Kev Stevenson

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  • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
    I believe George, above, is correct.

    Excellent though many of the PDF "printers" (free or otherwise) are for most purposes, none of them except Adobe Acrobat appears to boast the functionality to create interactive forms. So, short of buying that, your only solution may be to hire someone to create a form for you - unless someone's feeling generous.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amy Harrop
    There a number of good form creators for online forms out there...formstack.com is pretty good.
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    • Profile picture of the author anne023
      Hello! you might want to consider PDFfiller.com . I happened to come across this website (PDFfiller. On-line PDF form Filler, Editor, Type on PDF ; Fill, Print, Email, Fax and Export) when I was looking for a perfect way to edit PDF files. I would really recommend this, no software to download and install. You can fill the text fields, add a variety of checkmarks, digitally sign the form and even add pictures. After your pdf form is completed, it can be printed, emailed, faxed or saved on your computer. You can even send fillable pdf forms to your customers, employees, vendors and partners. Also you can find the right fillable form anytime using the form search engine that contains more than 10 Million forms.I know the software is free if you invite a couple of friends to try it out as well using this link goo.gl/oQvpJF
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