Répondez s’il vous plait — How to automate attendee answers

Does your company rely heavily on PDF for business processes or just need an InfoPath alternative solution? Do you need a tool to create forms in SharePoint? PDF Share Forms is a solution for different areas and projects, which improves efficiency of processing of business documents and tasks. With automated workflow process, running simultaneously on many SharePoint list items, your company will achieve unbelievable performance growth. During...

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Public forms for SharePoint business users

This webinar recording will allow you to learn how could you use public PDF forms within SharePoint environment in your daily business tasks. We’ll demonstrate how it’s easy to create new form from the scratch, using Microsoft Word and built-in PDF form Designer. No programming required — basic computer knowledge is enough! With PDF Share Forms you don’t need to hassle with scripting, customization and technical administration. All you...

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Mobile forms: online and offline

Are you looking for mobile form solution? Do you want to use your mobile devices at full throttle? PDF Share Forms enables mobile clients, offline submission, and anonymous functionality to enable collaboration beyond your corporate firewall or cellular coverage. Users can fill-in predefined templates using their Apple iOS (iPad, iPod, iPhone), Google Android, Microsoft Windows mobile devices and submit data to SharePoint once internet...

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Accessibility options now works even better

PDF Share Forms released an updated version of its award winning solution. Version 2.5.18 contains some minor enhancements, and two great accessibility improvements. Now PDF form integration to SharePoint is even more advanced, complete, and accessible. We added support for tooltips and accessibility tags, so our customers can create and setup forms with supplementary supporting information for disabled persons. This additional text information...

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PDF as an alternative to InfoPath forms, or Converting is not the answer

You can easily guess how this article will start: “Microsoft announced InfoPath retirement”. We heard it hundreds of times and will hear about it daily for the next 10 years, while Microsoft is still supporting this form solution. Meanwhile the main question is not clearly answered yet: “What should we use instead?” While a “one click” conversion of an InfoPath form to any other form type still not exists, different companies are...

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