Fill-in forms allow you to enter information while the form is displayed by
Adobe Acrobat 3.0 (or later) and then print the completed form.
Fill-in forms give you a cleaner, crisper printout for your records and for
filing with the city. Currently, there is no computation, validation or
verification of the information you enter and you are still responsible for
entering all required information (instructions may require some information
to be handwritten on the form). Acrobat Reader does not allow you to
save your completed forms to disk. The ability to save completed
forms is available commercially with the Adobe Acrobat 4.0 or later.
Select the hand tool from the Acrobat
toolbar menu. You can use the hand tool to move the page around so that you
can view all the areas on it.
Position the hand pointer
inside a form field and click. The I-beam pointer allows you to type text.
The arrow pointer allows you to select a field, a check box, a radio button,
or an item from a list.
Press Tab to accept the
field change and go to the next field.
Press Shift + Tab to accept
the field change and go to the previous field.
Use your mouse to select an
area of the form that is not inside a form field before printing your form.
If a form field is active (contains the blinking bar) the contents
will not print.
If the fill-in form is
displayed within your web browsers window be sure to use the printer button
on the form instead of your web browsers print function.
Press the "Reset" button on the form to clear the data