We will need the ability for the user to print multiple blank forms as well as the ability to pre-populate with their own information and print. Is it

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    timorrange
    Asked on February 04, 2021 at 05:13 PM

    I am in the process of finding the right form service for our website. We are a non-profit that will contain constitutional amendment petitions users can pre-populate, print, sign and mail (e-signatures are frowned on in petitioning).

    We will need the ability for the user to print multiple blank forms as well as the ability to pre-populate with their own information and print. We would then like to capture the information used to fill in the form. Where is that information stored and how do we access it? Also what plans are recommended.


    Thank

    Tim

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    Jessica_H
    Answered on February 04, 2021 at 09:20 PM

    Hi Tim, thank you for reaching us.

    There is a couple of ways that you may consider. The first is to use our PDF Form feature which allows you to create PDF fillable form. Your user will be able to fill in their submission on the PDF and send it to you as well.

    Related guide: Create Fillable PDF Forms - Online PDF Editor

    The second is to use our Smart PDF File, which will require you to have a PDF first, then our system will automatically create an online form for you. When your user filled the form online, it'll automatically be prepopulated in the PDF and the user may have an option to print it out in the end.

    Related guide: How to use and get the best out of Jotform Smart PDF Forms?

    In addition, all submissions data are stored in our Tables. Each form has its own Tables, which you can easily access from Form Builder or My Form.

    Related guide: How to View Form Submissions

    Please kindly take a look and let us know if it doesn't suit what you are looking for.