PDF Form Filler +
Developer: Zongyang Zhang
Current Version: 2.1
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 2.5 MB - Download
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No More Printing!!!!!
Quickly fill and sign any PDF agreement or form!
Running a business requires filling forms and signing agreements over email - that can be a major hassle! Usually it means printing, filling out the details manually, and then scanning your document to PDF... What if you could do it all on your Mac?
PDF Form Filler helps you open and write on PDF documents. You can fill out any PDF form document, drop in graphics, scribble with the mouse or a tablet, save and print.
◎Add text anywhere in any font and size. The text is added as native PDF text
◎Add your scanned signature, or any other image, with full control of size and orientation
◎ Scribe your signature with the mouse or trackpad.
◎ Save as new PDF, or Print - up to you
Most Helpful Reviews
Does what it says. - WOW...is all I can say. My son is filling out a ten page application that was previously available as a fillable PDF. It is now not available since the organization is in the process of redoing the PDF. We were faced with filling out the PDF by hand. This application now makes it possible. One thing to do…zoom in. It makes life much easier. You will be able to move and resize the boxes after you click out of them. Great app for the price.
don't buy!! - Well, the only good thing I can say, is that it downloaded and installed in like 30 seconds. And just as fast it crapped out… I hit the "insert image" icon, it takes me to where my files are, I click on a file or FORM I wish to "FILL IN" and then it CRASHES!! I tried it with multiple PDF files and same crappy results. Save your $$!! This is CRAP and I am going to yell at someone about this!!!!
More Reviews for Current Version
Does the job! - I normally don’t write reviews but I was sad to see such bad reviews for a program that I have used to fill out many pdf forms since last year. Yes, it needs patience. You cannot save directly in it. You have to use the print function. With the update to Yosemite I found that I have to use the print function and then open as a preview doc and then save. That said it does a really good job if you figure out how to use it. For instance, when typing text leave an extra space after the word to make sure the full word displays. If you use it enough you will get used to the tricks and see that it does the job needed. I don’t know of any other options except expensive Adobe Acrobat.
A waste of money - There's just not a lot that this software does correctly. Text boxes are not movable Text boxes cannot be deleted Text box size and placement is unpredictable Circle feature is about as useful as the text box The Undo feature doesn't work
Needs work, but functional with patience - When I enter text, the last character will always be hidden, UNLESS I remember to add an extra space after the last character. No undo (I entered checkmark, decided I preferred X mark, but only way to do that is redo the form from scratch). I used link on this [App Store] page to go to developer’s support site. Questions are posted there, but no answers. I don’t know if the developer is responding privately to the inquiries or ignoring them? I haven’t discovered a method for resizing a text box other than blank spaces. With just a little effort, this would be a great app and put the rest of the competing apps out of business.
OK if free - I apparently got this app during a promotion while it was free. For free software, it’s worth every penny I paid for it. ;) The app is simple, somewhat awkward, and buggy. On the first PDF I tried to add three text annotations and a signature (PNG) file, it crashed twice. You can choose a font style and size *while* typing your text. Once you’ve create a text annotation, however, you can no longer change the font, style, size, or even edit the original text. To get a paricularly long piece of text to fit in a fairly narrow blank space, I had to type in the text annotation six times using different fonts and sizes, and then delete the other five. Seriosly, this is not software written for the 21st Century. The final insult was when I choose the “Export to PDF” command, only to be presented with a “tip” that I should have used the Print command and selected Save as PDF. *sigh* So I’ll probably return to looking for a PDF utility that (a) runs, (b) lets me edit things I’ve already enterend, (c) and can easily save the annotated PDF file.
Buggy and crashes - Really frustrating