- williamellisAsked on March 04, 2014 at 12:24 PM
The form is a client intake form, I originally created it in Acrobat, tedious to say the least. I am now copyng text and building the form via the Jotform site.
The Acrobat form is 22 pages, I don't anticipate it being as cumbersome on Jotform, but is there a problem with the potential volume / size of the content on Jotform?
Secomndly, once I create the form, is there a way to have it converted to a working PDF form and downloadable? As some potentials may need time to complete the questions on the form.
Just thought of one more, Let's assume that a potential is filling out the form online, can they save it as a work-in-progress and continue at a later time?
Thank you again,
I wish I had found you before I invested the time in the acrobat version. You guys should build a stand alone form app.
Bill Ellis. 310 427 5938
This form has not been completed yet, still in the building stage.
- JotForm SupportTitusNAnswered on March 04, 2014 at 03:09 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
1. Normally, a form above 250 questions will work - but it might present some problem when exporting results - however, you can break a form into two should you find that challenge.
3. Yes, you can instruct your form to save the results as the form user continues:
You can also use this guide to achieve that.
Let us know if this helps.