for other people to fill out and sign electronically text, paragraph, checkbox, dropdown, signature, initials, and date/time fields. It's usually best to create a form as a PDF template especially if you plan to use the form more than once, but you can also create a PDF form with a regular document. To see the differences between the two, click here.
vertical layout of buttons on the left side to add any PDF form fields (if you don't see the Fields Manager choices, you can click on Edit Template or toggle the Manage Fields button). Just select the type of field you want to add and click anywhere on your document to add one. You can keep clicking anywhere on your document to add more, and you'll be able to move or resize or delete any of them them after they've been added. The dropdown field is the only type that requires DocHub Pro.
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